Questions and answers

What are the type of learning outcomes?

What are the type of learning outcomes?

Examples: knowledge/remembering (lowest level), comprehension/ translation, application, analysis, synthesis/creating, evaluation (last four higher level). X indicates this method can help students achieve this learning outcome if the method is properly implemented to serve this outcome.

What are the 5 categories of learning?

The classification of learning according to Robert Gagné includes five kinds of learned capabilities: intellectual skills, cognitive strategies, verbal information, attitudes, and motor skills.

What are the 5 CAS stages?

Students use the CAS stages (investigation, preparation, action, reflection and demonstration) as a framework for CAS experiences and the CAS project.

What are the good qualities of learning design?

The Characteristics of a Good Instructional Designer

  • Be learner-centric.
  • Have an eye for detail.
  • Have a passion for learning.
  • Be imaginative, creative, and innovative.
  • Have strong analytical skills.
  • Have effective communication skills.
  • Have good written skills.
  • Have good visualization skills.

What is a good learning outcome?

Good learning outcomes emphasize the application and integration of knowledge. Instead of focusing on coverage of material, learning outcomes articulate how students will be able to employ the material, both in the context of the class and more broadly.

What are some examples of student outcomes?

Examples of learning outcomes include: (Students) (will be able to recall) at least (5 of the 7 elements of the Social Change Model). (Students) (will demonstrate increased leadership skills) by (successfully completing a leadership skills inventory, as indicated by a score of at least 80% correct).

What are learning outcomes in a lesson plan?

Examples of learning outcomes might include: Knowledge/Remembering: define, list, recognize; Comprehension/Understanding: characterize, describe, explain, identify, locate, recognize, sort; Application/Applying: choose, demonstrate, implement, perform; Analysis/Analyzing: analyze, categorize, compare, differentiate; Evaluation/Evaluating: assess, critique, evaluate, rank, rate;

What is general learning outcome?

General Learning Outcomes. General Learning Outcomes (GLO) are the over-arching goals of standards-based learning for all students in all grade levels. Teachers rely upon rubrics built upon these to inform their assessment of students — going beyond academic achievement to ensure students become engaged, lifelong learners. They are: