Learning Outcome Literacy: The Case of Five Elementary Mathematics Teachers.

@article{Akdeniz2018LearningOL,
  title={Learning Outcome Literacy: The Case of Five Elementary Mathematics Teachers.},
  author={Dilsad Guven Akdeniz and Ziya Argun},
  journal={Australian Journal of Teacher Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={43},
  pages={51-70}
}
Learning outcome (LO) literacy is conceptualized as a necessary skill for planning teaching and learning activities effectively. The skill has two main components: understanding and interpreting learning outcomes. The current study aimed to identify learning outcome literacy of elementary mathematics teachers with regard to this conceptualization. It is a case study based on the qualitative design. Participants were 5 mathematics teachers working at different elementary (5 8 grade) schools in… Expand
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