Moving Into the Future with Credit for Prior Learning: Two Collaborative Workshop Opportunities
As MnSCU moves into the future, credit for prior learning (CPL) will become more important for our system to remain competitive and for our institutions to validate authentic student learning experiences. To prepare for these changes, the Southeast Consortium of MnSCU institutions, including Rochester Community & Technical College, Winona State University, Minnesota State College–Southeast Technical and Riverland Community College, are pleased to offer the following collaborative workshops focused on increasing student access to CPL.
Credit for Prior Learning: Opportunities for Discussion and Moving Forward
This collaborative workshop will provide a forum for discussion to develop plans for credit for prior learning (CPL) at your institution/s. Topics include: Top ten reasons why CPL is so important; current CPL national/local research and practices; MNSCU policies/procedures and support; your institution and CPL; collaborative approaches to CPL—who and why; institutional and/or collaborative action plan.
April 11, 2014 | 10 a.m.-3 p.m. | $30 per person
University Center-Rochester, Health Science Building 131 Register by April 4
Credit for Prior Learning: How to Do It
This workshop, geared toward faculty, focuses on doing credit for prior learning at the course level. You will learn different methods of CPL assessment, identify appropriate assessment options for courses, and choose courses appropriate for CPL. You also will identify ways to provide students with the information/materials they need in order to apply academic content to their practical knowledge, so that their CPL efforts are successful.
April 28, 2014 | 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. | $30 per person
University Center-Rochester, Heintz Center - HA 102
NOTE: The dates of each workshop have changed. The first workshop was previously scheduled for February 21, but has been postponed to Friday, April 11, 2014. The second workshop has been rescheduled to Monday, April 28, 2014.
You may register for either workshop or both. Click on the workshop titles above for more information and to register.