A posteriori syllabus

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An a posteriori syllabus (/ˈeɪ ˈpəʊstɜ:rɪɔ:raɪ ˈsɪləbʌs/) is a syllabus that is not developed in advance of an instructional course but exists simply as a record the taught content of that course.

For example, a teacher could adopt an entirely dogme-based approach and record each class's content which would form the syllabus.

Contrast a priori syllabus