Start with the video tutorial below. And get right to it with the tools below that.
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This is the version of the framework I use when first sitting down to put my learning outcomes into this new context. I’ll often print and write on it. Other times I might fire it into a drawing program on my iPad. Either way, it’s a tool for orienting / sketching my outcomes into the first draft of a competency stack.
Once you have a first sketch of your competency stack in hand, the next step is to capture it in this worksheet and then write out the learning outcomes. This document provides a template for this work.
Also see the document below for more detailed guidance.
This document provides more details and some guidance for getting your competency stack and learning outcomes down.
You can also check out that great interactive version of Bloom’s revised taxonomy. It requires Flash but also has other versions. And the pages include great examples of learning outcomes and the categories into which they’re traditionally classified.
Here is the Education for Life and Work report by NRC that I focused on in the video on the topics of intrapersonal and interpersonal competencies.
Although I can’t find a copy of Biggs’ 2003 book (the one with the figure I refer to in the video), the version I shared with you before has lots of great stuff on designing and assessing for declarative, procedural, conditional, and functioning knowledge. That said, here’s the figure I showed in the video.
And to complement what’s shared above, the following provide examples of well-stated outcomes in different categories:
This list is by no means exhaustive. Just pointing you to some of the things I referenced in the video.
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