A specific learning objective identified within a jurisdictionâ€™s curriculum framework.
a statement of an intended result of learning and teaching
An increased knowledge or ability resulting from an activity or goal. Learning outcomes are documented on learning and development records.~ more information: Learning and Development Record
Learning outcomes appear in the national 5-14 curriculum guidelines. They are broad summary statements of what pupils succeed in when they benefit from the programmes of study in each area and move through the levels of attainment. For, example, (successful) Listening, Talking, Reading and Writing are the learning outcomes of 5â€“14 English language. Each is described in the guidelines in terms of its component strands.
Properly, the actual outcome following a teaching process associated with a defined learning objective. Sometimes used as a synonym for learning objective.
An expression of what a student will demonstrate on the successful completion of a module. Learning outcomes: are related to the level of the learning; indicate the intended gain in knowledge and skills that a typical student will achieve; should be capable of being assessed.