Question might be a bit strange. I am looking at a series of activities that we run every year. These activities have some intended learning outcomes (ILOs), but these outcomes are stated in terms of what students will know or be able to do at the end. I'm trying to explain not just the ILOs but rather the intended experience that the students will have. For example:
"Students will keep up with their homework and review course material throughout the semester, rather than cramming during exam times"
This isn't really an ILO, but it is an intended thing that students will do this due to the nature of the activity. Is there a term for this type of thing in pedagogy? "Intended Student Experience", perhaps?