From Learning Objectives to a Tangible Learning Program

As we think about translating our learning objectives into a tangible learning program, we’re starting with a few core values:

Perspective Building, Not Rote Learning – design assignments in ways that encourage and facilitate fellows with building their own perspective on the topics.

Pursue Your Questions – create the space for each fellow to identify and pursue their own points of inquiry within the learning modules.

Tangible Outputs & Share What You Learn – each assignment must be presented and shared out so that we can all broaden our perspectives and share what we’re learning, growing our collective knowledge base.

Do Real Projects – whenever possible, align our learning to real-life projects, and learn by doing.

Using these values and the learning objectives in my previous post are the basis of the structure we’ve designed for our learning year.

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