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Guideline for writing learning outcomes

How to write learning outcomes

Examples for writing learning outcomes

Knowledge: He/she is able to

Skills: He/she is able to

Competence (in the sense of taking over responsibility and autonomy): He/she is able to

An example (COMPETENCY IN ROUTINE LIGHT VEHICLE MAINTENANCE) of learning outcomes and corresponding assessment criteria can be found here (Download PDF-File):Colleg Cambria, Peer Review UK, Anhang S. 26/27

Adapted from (Download PDF-File): ECVET

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