5 Personalised Learning Outcomes You Should Expect From Your LXP

| December 17, 2019

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The appeal of learning outcomes is that they offer a standard set of objectives, like a set menu. If you consume the relevant training, it will equip you and deem you competent to perform the skills you’ve studied. It’s not clear how much attention learners pay to these outcomes or, more critically, how true those outcomes turn out to be. In the end, are learners actually able to do what the outcomes claim they should be able to do?

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