Learning Outcomes identify the skills and personal growth areas students gain as a result of their extracurricular efforts. The Learning Outcomes developed for Carleton’s CCR focus on the holistic development of our student body.
Carleton’s Co-Curricular Record Learning Outcomes Include:
|Able to motivate and inspire group members||Develops/implements activities that promote diversity within the Carleton community|
|Able to write and speak coherently and effectively||Employs critical thinking in problem solving|
|Acknowledges personal strengths and weaknesses||Makes the connection between curricular and experiential learning|
|Acts in leadership capacity||Raises awareness and/or knowledge within Carleton University, the city of Ottawa, or broader community|
|Advocates for issues of concern||Reflects on how thoughts, language and actions impact the development of supportive, inclusive communities|
|Coordinates or delegates tasks to other committee or group members||Seeks meaningful feedback from others|
|Creates an effective web presence, through the creation of websites, and the use of social networks that meets the activity’s goals and requirements||Seeks the involvement of others|
|Delivers presentation or performances||Understands own identity and culture|
|Demonstrates understanding of individual and group dynamics||Works cooperatively with others|
|Develops and implements initiatives for the student body|
Selecting Learning Outcomes
Students may select as many Learning Outcomes as are relevant for the activity, and the three (3) most frequent Learning Outcomes will be identified on the student’s Co-Curricular Record.
In order to identify the activity’s Learning Outcomes, students and Validators will be asked to select from a list of learning achievement statements.
Once an activity has been completed and approved, Validators will be able to compare their anticipated learning outcomes with those actually chosen by their students. This will allow for an intentional comparison of expected and actual learning that has taken place.