Experiential Learning at TWU bridges theory with practice, and is a dynamic, engaged form of learning characterized by active collaboration; real-world problem solving; hands-on application of classroom theories; in-depth engagement with content; or simulation of skills external to the classroom. Through partnerships with TWU students, faculty, and staff, our work enhances student learning through a process where students develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences outside a traditional academic setting.
Goal 1: Prepare students to live, work, and lead in a diverse and complex world by integrating practical experience into the curriculum.
Goal 2: Cultivate and strengthen institutional, civic, and/or business partnerships that increase opportunities for experiential learning.
EL Student Learning Outcomes
SLO 1: Effectively connect classroom theories to real-world experiences through practical application of knowledge.
SLO 2: Accurately assess knowledge and skills related to personal or professional goals including collaboration, application, and problem-solving.
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