HPL-700 : Foundations of High Performance Learning

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

This overview course depicts some of the major issues and challenges facing education today. The new paradigm in education requires a deep understanding of key concepts and principles essential to a high performance learning strategy, including but not limited to: learner centrality, cognition, assessment, learning theory, educational research and analysis, educational structures and policy, and digital learning environments. In terms of the overview structure of this course, it is built on the repeated findings from analyzing effective learning that, when learners know what they are about to learn and why, they perform better. This course comprises 12 modules and presents a systematic introduction to the entire program of study, focusing upon what each course entails, why it is important to a high performance learning strategy, and how it integrates the other courses and learning material. This course presents all of the programmatic course objectives and key structural elements for each of the courses that follow. 3 credits COREQUISITE: HPL 710