How Universities Can Deliver an Integrated Curriculum
Learning science shows that we understand concepts on a deeper level when we experience how a theoretical idea applies in a real world situation. Yet many institutions still treat experiential learning as separate from the core curriculum.
By integrating experiential learning into the curriculum, institutions can connect concepts across contexts to accelerate learning and improve outcomes. It is not about changing the location of learning, but rather the cognitive journey that gives meaning to experience.
In Minerva’s white paper, you’ll learn:
How to intentionally integrate experiential learning into your curriculum
What the five main categories of experiential learning are
Key strategies for overcoming logistical, pedagogical, and perceptual roadblocks to embrace experiential learning
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