STUDENT-CENTERED LEARNING

A flexible, forward-thinking approach to curriculum design and delivery puts students at the center and ensures that learners receive an education that is relevant in today’s world.

 

  • At a student level, evolve and expand learning avenues through shared resources, curriculum spotlights, and exposure to new technologies. (Full Sail University Media Communications & Full Sail Labs)
  • Effectively engage students through data-informed, just-in-time learning by enabling learning anytime, anywhere, at the learner’s convenience. (Western Governors University)
  • The university adopts a progressive way of learning with a more dynamic curriculum, remaining relevant to the present generation of learners and adaptive to changing trends in learning and society. (Taylor’s University)
  • Shift all course design online to ensure that all students, even those taking courses taught fully in person, have an online space for supplemental peer-to-peer discussion, remediation of difficult concepts, and the ability to work ahead to build confidence. Courses are archived for future reference (as degree pathways build upon themselves and require ongoing reflection). (University at Buffalo)
  • Develop multi-directional processes where learners contribute and create knowledge, placing students at the center of knowledge creation (becoming the SMEs). (Ithaca College)
  • Academics transform the design, assessment and delivery within the existing undergraduate degree curriculum to ensure holistic graduate outcomes. (Taylor’s University)
  • Develop ideas, strategies, and plans to address a rapidly changing work environment for both students and faculty. This could include exploring and developing accelerated skill modules for students. (Arizona State University)
  • Build a culture that is student focused in thinking about our educational products, services, and design of instruction. (SUNY System)
  • Much richer consideration to the role of edtech in learner development more broadly. To what extent, and by what mechanisms, does edtech influence (+/-) the development of learner/graduate capabilities. And in the process being more clear about what is actually happening within each member institution. (Curtin University Learning Futures)
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