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Writing Learning Outcomes for Student Affairs

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Did you know that Bloom’s Taxonomy can also reveal the depth of learning your students experience outside the academic classroom? Whether you’re focused on measuring program effectiveness or assessing individual learning, the first step is to write clear outcomes. Our worksheet will give your staff a step-by-step guide to writing intentional statements that align with Bloom’s. We’ve even included a technique called the ABCDs of effective learning outcomes.

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