AMLO stands for Analysis Model for Learning Outcomes that practically constructs an anlaysis process which helps professional educators looking for the level and percentages of achieving learning objectives in their academic teaching.
AMLO, as a model, depends on several variables that individual instructors can use for analyzing results of students achievement coded into AMLO. If an instructor is looking for intentional learning outcomes, the instructor needs to assess results of courses assessment. This analysis process provides instructors who are looking for a professional but easier method to analyze student achievements-based outcomes measured by several assessment types during a program or course of study in higher education institutions.
AMLO aims at providing professional analysis for learning outcomes in the field of education with the following benefits:
- Percentages of Achievement
- Percentages of achieving Learning Objectives individually and in overall for each course of study in the program
- Indicators of strength and weaknesses based on learning outcomes for improvements in future teaching
- Information, statements and graphs for course and learning outcomes
To extract the Learning Outcomes for any academic course, instructors need to analyze three variables:
- Students Achievements
- Learning Objectives
- Course Requirements