Evidence of Learning Framework: Beneficial for Students, Institutions, and Employers

|Feb 11th, 2015

Published by: The EvoLLLution

The traditional approaches to measuring and sharing an individual’s learning no longer match the expectations of students, employers and higher education administrators. Transcripts—the official record for what a student has learned—simply do not capture or communicate an individual’s capabilities and understate skills such as critical thinking, teamwork and problem solving. But while employers are placing more and more value on these foundational, lifelong skills, few institutional measures effectively capture them.

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