Blocks: Learning Outcome Generator

Maintained by Picture of Anthony Franzi Anthony Franzi
The generator of flowcharts for use in the Learning Outcome Wizard
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The Learning Outcome Wizard is a plug-in to help lecturers choose which activities to add to their course based on intended learning outcomes. This is done in cooperation with educational developers that create sequences based on research into pedagogy. Lecturers can easily step through these sequences and eventually be taken to the appropriate activity creation page. This plug-in was created to replace existing sequences that were difficult and time-consuming to manually generate. There are three main components to the plug-in, the wizard, the generator and the sequence list page.


The generator is used by educational developers to create the learning outcome sequences used by the wizard.
It presents a GUI to the user that allows the visual creation of sequences.
The sequences are saved as flat JSON files on the server and have to be approved by administrators before they are available to lecturers.
Additionally, developers can download the created sequences, upload sequences, and load previously created sequences for editing purposes.


This plugin is part of set Learning Outcomes Wizard.


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  • Just wondering . . .
    Tue, 22 Jul 2014, 6:30 AM
    Is this ever likely to be updated to a newer version of Moodle??

  • wen photo
    Wed, 2 Sep 2015, 3:03 PM
    same here.. has anyone tried it out with Moodle 2.7.x? Does it work? Thanks!
  • Picture of Sam Suresh
    Thu, 21 Dec 2017, 8:05 AM
    Updates to recent version please?
  • Picture of Ray Ashcraft
    Fri, 16 Mar 2018, 4:26 PM
    Hi Anthony,

    Nothing works with Moodle 2.7.x. Perhaps, the updated version will be released soon? I've already planned the activities for lecturer's courses on project profile. Initially, I used a Course Schedules Block.
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