Outcomes Assessment

Outcomes Assessment


First Slide Previous Slide Next Slide Last Slide Empty Space Index University-wide Assessment WebpageText

Slide 8: Principle 4: Linking Outcomes and Processes

Slide 8 of 26


To improve learning outcomes it is necessary to know about student experiences along the way. For example, What curricula does the student encounter? What teaching methods are used? What effort does the student put into his or her own education? This understanding will assist you in determining under what conditions students learn best, and with this knowledge we have the capacity to improve the whole of learning.

In other words, by analyzing the conditions by which learning outcomes are achieved, we can chart a richer and more potent educational experience for our students.