HPL-710 : Learner Centrality in Performance

Academic Level:
Graduate
Department:
Education
Subject:
Education
Prerequisites:
None
Credits:
3

This course is built on the foundational principle of High Performance Learning-the primacy of the learner. Five interrelated sets of questions are explored for analysis: 1.) What does performance mean, and how is it measured? 2.) What does performance mean to an individual learner whose future is tied to her/his learning performance? 3.) How are the dynamics of learner performance being changed by the emergence of new digital learning environments? 4.) What is learner centrality and how is it different from the current teaching practices? 5.) How do instructional policies and practices affect how much and how well persons learn? 3 credits COREQUISITE: HPL 700