Science Threshold Learning Outcomes. ‘Where to next’ was the topic for discussion at a workshop last month. Download the Report Science TLO. Workshop on implementing Science Threshold Learning Outcomes. Date: 7th Feb 2012 Place: ParkRoyal Hotel, Melbourne Airport The Fellowship is working with influential groups and networks around the country to facilitate discussion on issues relating to inquiry in science and inquiry oriented learning. Science Discipline Scholars, Sue Jones and Brian Yates (both of the University of Tasmania) have been instrumental in developing science Threshold Learning Outcomes (TLOs) which are outcomes that all science students should have achieved before graduation. The science TLOs have been developed through extensive consultation with academics in most universities around Australia. Recognising that the conversation around the science TLOs has only just begun, Sue, Brian and Jo‑Anne Kelder organised a one day workshop, aimed primarily at Associate Deans Teaching and Learning in science (or equivalent) and other influential figures in the science disciplines in the tertiary sector, to maintain the focus on the TLOs and facilitate discussions around ‘where to next’ for the TLOs. Several academics presented on the day: Liz Johnson from La Trobe, Pauline Ross from the University of Western Sydney and Simon Pyke from Adelaide University. I was asked to ‘unpack’ TLO3, which relates to ‘Inquiry and problem solving’. The attached zip file includes an executive summary of the day’s event, details of exemplars, and the Powerpoint slides that were presented on the day.