Agreement reached between instructor and student regarding the objectives to be reached in a particular learning period or activity.
agreement between student and teacher where the teacher grants certain freedoms and choices about how a student will complete tasks, and the student agrees to use the freedoms appropriately in designing and completing work according to specifications (Tomlinson, 1995)
A plan of study developed by a student and his mentor. The LC is also the document that describes the study (purpose, learning activities, methods and criteria for evaluation).
a document that is written by the instructor and the student
a formal agreement written by a learner which details what will be learned, how the learning will be accomplished, the period of time involved, and the specific evaluation criteria to be used in judging the completion of the learning
a formal project that a student picks on a topic related to the class
a letter of agreement between a professor and a student
an agreement between a student and a staff adviser that the student will undertake a specified activity and produce evidence that the activity was successfully completed
a planned, purposeful agreement by the student and faculty supervisor that indicates the objectives, learning methods, and evaluation of the internship
a structured method whereby each student, in consultation with a staff advisor, designs and implements manageable learning activities
a tool for planning your learning objectives, the resources you will use, a target date for completion, and the self-evaluation of outcomes
a working agreement between studen and teacher concerning how that student will meet specific learning objectives
a written agreement between a teacher and a student in which the student agrees to accomplish certain assignments in a way that matches student readiness with the skills and content being taught
A formal agreement between a student and a school, specifying independent work to be done by the student, and the amount of credit the school will award on successful completion of the work.
An agreement between the student and the academic institution, usually represented by the instructor/coordinator of a particular course/program; may also involve an employer in the case of experiential learning activities, such as co-op programs and clinical internships. The contract usually includes components such as the learning objectives, the activities to be undertaken to reach the objectives, time to complete, the assessment criteria to be applied by the institution, and support and resources the institution (and the employer) can provide.
is an individualised approach to learning where the learner and facilitator form an agreement designed and followed by the learner to achieve stated competencies.
An agreement between the teacher and the students about their roles and responsibilities (i.e. what the teacher will do and what the students will do to help the students to learn).
An academic agreement primarily used with a student who has not successfully completed the mathematics challenge assessment, which allows him/her to proceed conditionally into HD Year One, and complete the mathematics requirements the following December.
A form of individualized, active learning, in which the student proposes a course of study to satisfy an academic requirement and a teacher checks and approves the contract.
A learner decides what skills and knowledge they will learn. The learner determines the desired level of competency and, based on their goals and in assessment of their present competence, prepares a contract. Contracts specify the means by which the learner will close the gap between the present and the desired competence. Deadlines and milestones are built in. Upon completion, a new contract is created.
The individual study plan developed with a mentor that states what students will learn for a specific number of credits to be awarded during enrollment period (generally 16 weeks). Contracts may include independent study, tutorials, courses or other learning activities.
An agreement between a teacher and a student regarding how that student will achieve specified learning goals or objectives. ( learn more)