I just found my notebooks going back to grad school in 2006-2008 and further, to classes I took at WashU in 2004-2005, plus reading/film journals and commonplace books. Like going back in time over here!
Now Reading: East of Eden by John Steinbeck
I mean, I would actually argue that “Did the student reach a state of aporia” meets the criteria as both specific and measurable. Putting it in my lesson plans.
I recently finished a brief course on fairy tales and one of the recurring motifs was how changing clothes signals a change in identity or perceived identity, and it was fun to see that same idea coming up as fashion historians and costume designers talk about how they approach costuming for crime films (especially villains).