Let’s see the worst course learning outcome that you can create. Finish the following sentence, but do it as poorly as possible:

Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to ____________________

Here are some tips for doing a poor job:

  • Use one of the sinister 16 verbs “The students will appreciate…”
  • Write it out in multiple sentences, even though it’s only supposed to be half of a sentence.
  • So much jargon: “The students will be able to homologate the fulcrum of conventional biometriconomics through bitcoin.”
  • Way too broad: “The students will be able to explain physics”
  • Way too specific: “The students will be able to answer question 5 on page 142 of the textbook.”
  • Add your own awful and ineffective practice!

Come on out and do your worst.

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This Daily Extend has been recycled from previously published ones:

#oext71 The Worst Possible Outcome (Oct 4, 2017)

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