In this course, students will identify areas of their own learning from numerous settings such as training, work, community volunteering, and self-study. They will build a deep understanding of their lifelong learning, discuss and apply experiential learning theory, models, and concepts, and apply critical reflection to consider the nature and value of their lifelong learning from experience. Students will demonstrate an appropriate balance of practical and theoretical understanding, and prepare learning narratives that demonstrate learning comparable to college-level courses. The end result will be a demonstration of their ability to gather, organize, and write documentation that supports their learning in order to build a learning portfolio.
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