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Student Learning Outcomes: Examples & Assessments

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Choose an answer and hit 'next'. You will receive your score and answers at the end.

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The difference between a learning objective and a student learning outcome is ...

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1. The first component of writing a student learning outcome is to ...

2. After you have determined the skills or products your students need to perform or produce, the next step in writing a SLO is to ...

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About this Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet contains multiple-choice questions that will assess your knowledge of the parts of student learning outcomes (SLOs) and how to write them. You will also encounter questions about learning objectives.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessments will test you on the following:

  • Difference between a learning objective and a student learning outcome
  • First part of writing a student learning outcome
  • Next step when you're writing an SLO after you've decided on the skills or products for your students
  • Things you want to be certain of when you are using rubrics to measure an SLO
  • Ways to turn a statement into a student learning outcome

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast the concept of learning objectives and student learning outcomes
  • Information recall- unlock the information you've received about the steps for writing an SLO
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge to provide the answers to questions about transforming statements into student learning outcomes

Additional Learning

To find out more about student learning outcomes, review the corresponding lesson called Student Learning Outcomes: Examples & Assessments. The lesson will help you complete these objectives:

  • Understand how technology has changed instruction from a teacher-centered model to a student-centered model
  • Identify examples of objectives
  • Know how to measure an SLO using a written assessment
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