Facilitating purposeful student experience begins with determining the learning emphasis, including the intended learning outcomes, methods for learning assessment and the creation of learning plans (Stirling et al., 2016).
“The learning emphasis is used to inform the design of the experience, including the student tasks/activities and measures of student success. It provides a foundation to ensure that all stakeholders (e.g., student, course instructor, community/workplace supervisor) are working towards the same learning goals. It is also critical for guiding the student experience and grounding the reflection, integration of theory and practice, and application of new insights.” (Stirling et al., 2016).
This resource includes information on:
- Developing learning outcomes for a student experience.
- Methods for assessing students’ learning.
- Creating a learning plan.