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Washington State University
College of Education

Teacher Education – Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes means beyond earning a degree, students must attain knowledge, skills, and abilities.


Upon completion of the BA in Education degree program, students will be able to:

  1. Use enduring content and pedagogical knowledge to inform their teaching (know content, critically evaluate literature on effective practice).
  2. Develop relevant, rigorous, and developmentally appropriate curricula (critically evaluate and apply literature on development, learning).
  3. Modify curriculum and instruction based on the individual needs of their students (address diversity in teaching/learning).
  4. Use assessment of their students’ learning and their own teaching to inform future planning and teaching (reflect on P-12 student learning outcome data, problem solve, critically evaluate literature on effective practice for use in classroom).
  5. Attend to the social and civic development of their students.
  6. Work respectfully & collaboratively with colleagues & community to ensure quality instructional programs & stewardship of public schools.