Bringing concepts to action

Now that you have completed the Learning Outcomes Module the next step is to consolidate your learning. Download the Write you Learning Outcomes DOC. This document will guide you through the steps to writing and/or reviewing your course learning outcome statements.




An essential component for consolidating your learning is also to assess and reflect on how your knowledge has changed. Take a moment to evaluate your learning through the following 5 statements. Decide where you would situate yourself for each. If you select ‘Unsure’ for any or would like to develop further in any area, you  can request a consultation through A learning expert from the CTL will contact you to book a meeting.

    STEP 3


    Learning outcomes are the cornerstone of good course design. They clarify your learning expectations for your students and guide your assessment planning and teaching activities. As a final activity in this module, take a moment to reflect on how your learning outcome statements support your commitment to teaching excellence.

    Take a moment to consider these questions.

    • Am I ready to share my learning outcome statements with my students?

    • Will students perceive my learning outcomes to be ‘student-friendly’?

    • Are my course assignments and assessment tasks directly aligned with my learning outcomes?

    • Am I ready to identify lesson learning outcomes for each class and plan an explicit feedback activity to gauge if I have met my teaching objectives?


    To make learning more transparent, identify your lesson learning outcomes for each class. Plan a simple feedback activity to gauge how well your lesson met its objective.

    Some example feedback activities: