Use rich experiences outside the classroom to deepen learning and effect change
Students learn more, finish their degrees at higher rates, and are more likely to achieve positive life outcomes when they are highly engaged at university.
Experiential learning is one of the most effective forms of engagement. It provides students with complex, collaborative tasks and projects that test their conceptual knowledge against experience and situate their learning in real-world contexts.
More hands-on opportunities for students complement and extend what happens in classrooms, providing transformative learning experiences that encourage students’ civic involvement and enhance their career readiness.