Observable behaviors or actions on the part of students that demonstrate that the intended learning objective has occurred.
Statements of what a student is expected to know, understand and/or be able to demonstrate after successful completion of the learning process concerned.
Knowledge, skills, and dispositions that students should be able to demonstrate upon graduating from the program.
These are what students successfully completing the module or programme will be expected to have achieved.
Statements indicating the end result for a learner following a learning activity; usually stated in what a person can observe the learner do at the end of a learning activity.
Observable behaviors or actions on the part of students that demonstrate that intended learning objectives have occurred. Source: State University at Pottsdam ( http://www.chapman.edu/provost/assessment/glossary.html)
What skills, knowledge, or behaviors that a learner enacts after instruction is completed. For example, after completing a simulation on driving a standard transmission, the learner is able to drive a standard transmission.
The general results of instruction; can be stated in broad terms like "understand". Examples: http://www2.austincc.edu/govtdept/2305obj.html
what a student knows and/or is able to do as a result of an educational experience.
the outcomes expected of the learner once the learning experience has taken place. These include both the acquisition of skills, understanding, knowledge and qualifications and the development of attitudes, values and identities relevant to a learning society.
The knowledge, skills, attitudes and values a student has achieved as a result of an education programme - learning, teaching and other forms of intervention.
The knowledge, skills and values which learners should be able to demonstrate as a result of their involvement in specified learning processes. Learning outcomes explain how the student will be different after graduating from the course or program.
Module descriptors include these, subdivided between Knowledge/Understanding and Skills. They indicate what a student who has successfully completed a module will know, be able to do etc.
refers to what students know or are able to do at the end of a specified session/module or course.
Each outcome statement explicitly lists what learners will know and/or be able to do as a result of a learning event. Outcome statements are expressed in measurable and observable terms such as: "Learners will demonstrate the five key rules for preventing back injuries." The learning outcomes are the basis for the outcome assessments.
Used to describe what it is anticipated a learner will be able to do, know or understand as a result of a course of study.
the knowledge, skills, and values acquired through a student's participation in an educational activity.
A learning outcome is what you are expected to be able to demonstrate after studying a subject (module).
Explicit statements of learning intent that can be evaluated for the degree to which they have been achieved.(based on description from Quality Assurance Agency: Jackson, 2001)
The specific information or skills that are the focus of student learning during a given lesson.
Students' learning experiences are expressed in terms of what they can be expected to do, know and understand.
The statement of learning intentions, and hence assessment expectations, set-out in the relevant programme or module specification.
Statements that identify for the learner what he/she can expect to achieve as a result of participating in a course. Well-written learning outcomesÂ are participant-focused and worded in measurable and observable (when applicable) terms. For example, "Following this course, participants will be able to write a report that meets Medicare reimbursement criteria." Learning outcomes submitted with a course offered for ASHA CEUs must be clearly tied to the scopes of practice for speech-language pathology and/or audiology.
What students are expected to learn by completing a particular major.
Set of stated objectives that should be achieved as an outcome of the training.
Are relevant learning outcomes met
the competence or skills that a student should be able to demonstrate in order to satisfy a specified unit of study.
'statements of what a learner is expected to know and/or understand and/or able to do as a result of the specific learning experience' (or process). learning outcomes are located in units of assessment with related assessment criteria
The Learning Outcomes section of the unit description states what a student should be able to do after completing the unit.
the products of instruction or exposure to new knowledge or skills. Examples include the mastery of a new skill or successful completion of a training program.
are operational statements describing specific student behaviors that evidence the acquisition of desired knowledge, skills, abilities, capacities, attitudes or dispositions. Learning outcomes can be usefully thought of as behavioral criteria for determining whether students are achieving the educational objectives of a program, and, ultimately, whether overall program goals are being successfully met. Outcomes are sometimes treated as synonymous with objectives, though objectives are usually more general statements of what students are expected to achieve in an academic program (see Educational Objectives).
the specific intellectual and practical skills gained and tested by the successful completion of a unit, course or whole programme of study.
Learning outcomes are statements of what a learner is expected to know, understand and/or be able to do, or is able to demonstrate, after completion of any learning process or at the end of a period of learning. [TWG ECVET
The knowledge and understandings, and their underlying skills and attitudes, that are fundamental to a subject.
Learning Outcomes are statements of what the learner should know, understand and/or be able to do at the end of a module or programme. Learning Outcomes are an important aspect in the process of determining credit against any award. The process is refined by the use of Levels Descriptors.
These describe the learning goals for students in the unit as supported by the learning experiences. TEALS