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Outcomes Committee: Approved SLOs for Discipline Courses

"Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) are the specific observable or measurable results that are expected subsequent to a learning experience. These outcomes involve knowledge (cognitive), skills (behavioral), or attitudes (affective) that provide evidence that learning has occurred as a result of a specific course, program activity, or process. An SLO refers to an overarching outcome for a course, program, degree or certificate, or student services area (such as the library). SLOs describe a student's ability to synthesize many discreet skills using higher level thinking skills and to produce something that asks them to apply what they've learned. SLOs usually encompass a gathering together of smaller discrete objectives through analysis, evaluation, and synthesis into more sophisticated skills and abilities." (The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges SLO Terminology Glossary, 2010)

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Instructional Resources and Extended Services

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Language Arts

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Social and Behavioral Science

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Technical Education

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