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How do you write measurable outcomes for student activities and student life programming?

To write effective outcome statements, you can use a technique called the ABCDs of effective learning outcomes:

Who does the outcome pertain to?

What do you expect the learner to know/be able to do?

Under what conditions or circumstances will the learning occur?

How much will be accomplished, how well will the behavior need to be performed, and to what level?

We’ve compiled a handy worksheet and webinar to help professionals write effective outcomes using the ABCDs, Bloom’s Taxonomy, and the 3Ms (measurable, meaningful, and manageable).

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