Outcomes are statements of what students know, think, feel or do upon successful completion of a course or program. Outcomes assessment is a collaborative process of inquiry regarding student learning outcomes, followed by analysis, reflection, and action. The goal of outcomes assessment is to improve student learning through improved instruction, curricula, programs, and/ or services. Outcomes assessment includes Institutional Level Outcomes (ILO), Program Level Outcomes (PLO), and Student Learning Outcomes (SLO).
Tips for writing SLO
- Keep in mind three types of outcomes
- Cognitive- knowledge related to a discipline. Example: Students will be able to identify major muscle groups.
- Skills and abilities- physical and intellectual skills related to a discipline. Example: Students will be able to solve calculation problems involving integers without a calculator.
- Affective- Attitudes, behaviors, and values related to a discipline. Example: Students will improve in listening to discussions of controversial issues with an open mind; respecting the rights of others.
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