Outcomes-Centered Course Design
Outcomes-centered course design guarantees a high level of student engagement and conforms to the accountability requirements of accrediting agencies. Chapter Two of the text proposes starting the course design process with what you want your students to be able to do by the end of the course.
Create one course outcome for any subject area or course idea of your choosing. Be sure to include the three parts found in Chapter Two of your text:
Part 1. A statement of measurable performancePart 2. A statement of conditions for the performancePart 3. Criteria and standards for assessing the performance
Next, review Exhibit 2.1, “General Types of Learning Outcomes,” also in Chapter Two of your course text. What type of learning outcome have you created? Cognitive, psychomotor, affective, social, or ethical? Explain your reasoning behind your choice of style of learning outcome.
***At least 1 page***
**3 Scholarly sources including the text**