Our Learning Outcomes Resource Room compiles research, tools and processes to enable informed teaching and assessment practices, and further research aligned with our vision of enhancing educational outcomes. The resource room is grouped into five sections:
Understanding learning outcomes and skillsResources that describe what learning outcomes are and why they matter.
Defining learning outcomes and skillsFor those looking to develop new and/or improved learning outcomes for their course or program.
Assessing learning outcomes and skillsSkills measurement tools and resources to inform the selection and implementation of appropriate assessments.
Teaching learning outcomes and skillsNoteworthy teaching strategies that have proven to support outcomes-focused education.
Reporting learning outcomes and skillsApproaches to communicating graduates’ knowledge and skills (outside or as part of a traditional transcript) and supporting students’ competency articulation.
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