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Saturday, 30 January 2021

ADHYHAN NISHPATI MATHEMATICS (GANIT) FIRST SEM STD 3 TO 8

Learning outcomes are measurable achievements that the learner will be able to understand after the learning is complete, which helps learners understand the importance of the information and what they will gain from their engagement with the learning activity.


Creating clear, actionable learning outcomes is an important part of the creation of training programs in organizations. When developing these programs, both management and instructors need to be clear about what learners should understand after completing their learning path.

Learning outcomes also play a key role in assessment and evaluation, making clear what knowledge learners should have upon completion of the learning activity.

A well-written learning outcome will focus on how the learner will be able to apply their new knowledge in a real-world context, rather than on a learner being able to recite information.

The most useful learning outcomes include a verb that describes an observable action, a description of what the learner will be able to do and under which conditions they will be able to do it, and the performance level they should be able to reach.



5 types of learning outcomes

1. Intellectual skills

With this type of learning outcome, the learner will understand concepts, rules or procedures. Put simply, this is understanding how to do something.

2. Cognitive strategy

In this type of learning outcome, the learner uses personal strategies to think, organize, learn and behave.

3. Verbal information

This type of learning outcome is when the learner is able to definitively state what they have learned from an organized body of knowledge.

4. Motor skills

This category is concerned with the physical ability to perform actions, achieving fluidity, smoothness or proper timing through practice.

5. Attitude

This is the internal state that reflects in the learner’s behavior. It is complex to quantify but can be shown in the learner’s response to people or situations.

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