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Use the CAEL1003 course option and submit learning portfolios as a way to achieve your educational and career goals!
CAEL1003 is offered 6 times a year in a 10-week online format. Students will have dedicated time during the course to work on their learning portfolios, and have the capability to earn 12 semester hours in this 10-week time frame with successful portfolio submissions. Please note this course is capped at 12 students and fills up quickly.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: identify areas of their own learning from numerous settings such as training, work, community volunteering, and self-study; describe learning from experience, reflect on the learning, and synthesize ideas and the ideas of others; build a deep understanding of lifelong learning; discuss and apply experiential learning theory, models, and concepts; apply critical reflection to consider the nature and value of learning from experience; demonstrate an appropriate balance of practical and theoretical understanding; prepare learning narratives that demonstrate learning comparable to college level courses; identify research, gather, organize, and write documentation that supports learning in order to build a learning portfolio.