Review of “Learning Outcomes and Their Effects” by Robert M. Cagne


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Review of "Learning Outcomes and Their Effects" by Robert M. Cagne
In the article Learning Outcomes and Their Effects by Robert M. Cagne, the author provides a useful commentary on five varieties of learning outcomes and the related effects. For the purpose of working towards an understanding and appreciation of the importance of Cagne’s work, the following discussion presents a critical summary and analysis of the article.
This section of the discussion provides a detailed summary of the article with respect to the general subject matter, main points and claims, supporting grounds and sources, and implications for theory, research, and practice in learning and educational application.
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