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Successful Learning

                   ***Successful Learning***

     Teaching does not necessarily result in learning. We know students differ in learning styles and history, motivation, and personal circumstances. How can colleges and universities ensure that learning is successful? Part of the answer is to identify the barriers to student success, which may range from the time a class meets to the way material is presented. Institutions are experimenting with alternatives designed to enhance successful learning, such as flexible learning, blended learning, online access to programs and resources, and self-assessment tools. Many are also reexamining the fundamental question of what it means to be educated in the 21st century and restructuring programs to meet future needs.
Questions the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) explores include:
  • What variables must be addressed to ensure successful learning?
  • What are student expectations and needs? How can institutions tailor programs and services to meet those needs and expectations?
  • How can technology be used to increase the flexibility of learning opportunities? Which technologies improve access to higher education? Which technologies are most cost-effective?
  • How do we know when learning has been successful? How should institutions measure learning effectiveness? How can individuals track their own learning success?
  • What skills, competencies, and attitudes are important to learners as they prepare for life and work?
  • Source: http://www.educause.edu/ELI/LearningPrinciplesandPractices/SuccessfulLearning/6796

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