What are Outcomes?

Administration and faculty to track mastery in a course through outcomes.You can import Account, State, and Common Core Standards into your course. You can create nested outcomes by dragging and dropping outcomes to create structure. This can be done at the account, sub-account or course-level. Remember the hierarchical structure of top-level accounts, sub-accounts, and courses.

Open outcomes

The administration and faculty can able to track students’ progress as measured by pedagogical goals or desired outcomes. Assessments created to test student knowledge or to require students to demonstrate a specific skill resulting from a learning activity can be aligned to learning outcomes using rubrics (which can be used for grading simultaneously).

The data is available for reporting to support teaching improvement, identify at-risk students, and support the accreditation process. This unified, streamlined approach dramatically reduces the amount of work required to implement Learning Outcomes through the intelligent reuse of assessment workflows in the grading process.

What is an Instructional Objective?

An instructional objective is a collection of words and/or pictures and diagrams intended to let others know what you intend for your students to achieve during the course enrollment.

When would I use outcomes?

Use Outcomes to:
1. Focus student's attention on the most important skills and activities in your course
2. Align Quizzes and Assignments to different kinds of mastery
3. Run reports at the account-level about student artifacts of learning mastery