Student Modules

These modules are published in “ready-to-use” modules, as well as editable open educational resources. They are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License so that they can be adapted and adopted widely. The resources offered in each student module unit include slides, worksheets, videos and instructor guides that anyone may use and adapt for use in their courses or programs. In addition to linking to the web site contents, you may either download files for re-use or link directly from your course to video and documents offered in this collection.

Roles & Responsibilities

Learn about your roles and responsibilities when engaged in experiential learning.
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Understanding Your Strengths, Values and Interests

Recognize the benefits of identifying your strengths, values and interests and articulate how they relate to an experience.
Reflection Writing


Learn about what reflection is and why it is essential to experiential learning​.
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Setting Goals

Explore strategies for setting goals to get the most out of your experience.
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Developing a Personal Learning Plan for Competency Development

Undertake a set of goal-setting steps in order to create a “personal learning plan” for competency development in your experiential learning opportunity.

Reflecting on Your Competency Development

Identify competencies ​you developed in your experiential learning opportunity and communicate them ​on resumes and in interviews.

Introduction to Community-Engaged Learning

Explore ideas, theories and activities related to community-engaged learning (CEL).

Preparing for Community-Engaged Learning

Explore strategies to maximize your community-engaged learning course.
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Success in a Remote Environment

Explore strategies for success in a remote environment.

All materials have been designed to meet WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards. All videos have been captioned. Learning objects are keyboard accessible and/or alternative formats are provided.
This project has been funded through the MTCU Career Ready Fund.