Learning Outcomes Framework | Developing Learning Outcomes | Pocket Guide | Preliminary Findings | Findings Report | SLP Phase II Midyear Findings
- The Student Success Student Learning Outcomes
Framework – composed of three learning domains –
articulate the types of learning experiences we value
most in Student Success.
Student Success’ Student Learning Project aims at
developing unit level learning outcomes in each of the
Division’s three learning domains each academic year,
beginning in 2011 and concluding in 2014. Learning
outcomes should be both attainable and measurable.
Student Learning Outcomes Framework
- Balanced Life Choices – Students will achieve balance between educational, personal, physical, professional, interpersonal and spiritual pursuits in order to become well rounded individuals.
- Cultural Awareness – Students will demonstrate an awareness of and have an appreciation for the differences and similarities between cultures.
- University Citizenship – Students will be informed and engaged University citizens, while contributing one’s talents to make a difference on campus and in the surrounding community.
Developing Learning Outcomes
Units will prepare at least one learning outcome associated with each of the three learning domains.
Student learning outcomes are statements that specify what students will know, be able to do or be able to demonstrate when they have completed or participated in a program, activity or service and are usually expressed as knowledge, skills, attitudes or values.
Student Learning Project Pocket Guide
Student Learning Project: Phase II Mid-Year Report
Student Learning Project: Findings Report (Summer 2012)
Student Learning Project: Preliminary Findings (Summer 2011)