Essential Elements of Learning Outcomes
What knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes should students possess when they graduate with a degree from UH West O’ahu? What are the key learning outcomes for each degree? What level of proficiency is expected? Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are specific, discrete statements that indicate the knowledge, skill, or attitude students are expected to have/do at the end of a course/degree.
What does a good student learning outcome look like?
Make sure that the outcome is measurable.
Understanding Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):
Learning Outcome Generator adapted for UH West O‘ahu:
WSCUC Program Learning Outcomes Rubric:
- Assessing the Quality of Learning Outcomes (PDF) wascsenior.box.com
Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy of Learning Outcomes:
- Action Verbs: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor (PDF) Arkansas State University
- Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Model Iowa State University
- Revised Taxonomy: Dynamic Classification Vanderbilt University