You’ve considered the skills and concepts that students need to learn as a result of taking your course. Now it’s time to put pencil to paper (or finger to keyboard) and write the learning outcomes that represent the goals and objectives you have for your class.
If you find yourself looking at a blank screen or sheet of paper, you may want some suggestions to jump-start the process.
In our featured report, Defining Unique Learning Outcomes and Measuring Student Success, you’ll find useful information that supports your objective of writing learning outcomes that you can use to describe your goals and measure student achievement. You’ll find guidelines for crafting learning outcomes, as well as suggestions that can help you align the particular needs and objectives of your class with the standardized learning outcomes specified by your department or administration.
Additionally, you’ll discover Cengage Learning solutions that support your goals, and explore services from Cengage Learning that can assist you on the journey.