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Do you currently offer EL, or are you considering incorporating an EL opportunity into your curriculum? Our office works diligently to serve as a place for idea creation, knowledge exchange and vision building. We are also responsible for the functional oversight of EL in compliance with the university's Senate Policy 169: Experiential Learning.
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A leader in EL, LAS@R works closely with clients to build and deliver live, performance-based simulations that target specific learning objectives, enhance professional development and support a variety of performance assessment models.
The EL Hub hosts CoP gatherings as an opportunity to hear the latest updates on EL, ask and answer questions, and work towards a shared vision.
Bookmark the EL Hub Resource Portal (external link, opens in new window) to get quick access to internal EL updates, including past reports on our CoP and implementing best practices and strategies for your EL activities.
Note: This resource is for internal employees only.
This resource introduces the various ways the university integrates EL into the curriculum and helps determine what type of EL you'd like to curate.
Get to know the foundations of EL to support your learning goals and integrate EL into practice.
A primary theory behind EL, psychologist David Kolb's EL Theory and EL Cycle is a mechanism used to differentiate between EL activities and other forms of learning.
MCU provides guiding principles to reinforce the commitment to providing all students with EL opportunities.