‘Beyond the tyranny of learning outcomes’: SEDA workshop, 16th November

I very much enjoyed leading a great group of participants through some thinking about learning outcomes at my workshop at the SEDA Conference in Birmingham on November 16th.
Here, I’m posting the main slides I used, with a few added ‘bonus slides’ as well;  SEDA-2018-w.pptx (271 downloads)
In addition, you can here download what participants came up with on post-its at the session – a remarkable amount of thinking in just a 45-minute session – well done!  SEDA-Workshop-Products-w.docx (215 downloads)
I’m also posting Robert Nelson’s THE piece referred to in the slides:  Robert-Nelson-THE-learning-outcomes-piece.docx (658 downloads) , and Donna Hurford’s survey of the learning outcomes of PGCert programmes, also mentioned in the slides:  Donna-Hurfords-collection-of-LOs-w.docx (205 downloads) , and for good measure my own controversial THE piece about assessing coursework essays:  Phil-Race-THE-article-on-assessed-essays-Sept-18.docx (598 downloads)