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M7D1: Learning Outcomes and Learning Experiences: Why Should I Care?
Many students spend numerous years in educational institutions without thinking very much about the process of learning and how those institutions tried to facilitate learning. As you complete your associate’s degree, we will look behind the curtain and examine a little of the learning process and how educational activities are structured, focusing on the learning outcomes, which should be the “what you learn” information from any course or program you have taken.
Even if two people take the same courses and participate in the same activities at the same time and place, each individual’s internalization of those activities and what they take away from them is unique to that individual. Reflecting on your own experiences as you have interacted with the world of higher education in terms of what this has meant to you and what you hope to accomplish in the future can be an enlightening exercise.
Begin by reviewing the following resource that will give you a little background on the importance of student learning outcomes.
Osters, S. & Tiu, F.S. (n.d.) Writing measurable learning outcomes [PDF file size
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Internet Resources for Higher Education Outcomes Assessment (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
In your initial post of 250+ words, please respond to these questions:
What have you learned through your pursuit of this degree that has had the biggest effect on your life so far?
What one idea have you been introduced to in your courses that you are hoping to learn more about in the future?
Which of the four learning outcomes for this course was the easiest to master? Why?
Which outcome was the most challenging? Why?
Many students spend numerous years in educational institutions without thinking very much about the process of learning and how those institutions tried to facilitate learning.