Credit Where Credit is Due. Innovative Teaching Within the Applied Professional Studies Suite of Programmes

Andy Gould, Mike Nicholls, Dai Hall

Abstract


This paper will discuss teaching and learning in the programme Applied Professional Studies (APS). While there is nothing particularly new about the pedagogic principles discussed, it is rare that such market-led, student-centric and flexible approaches have been incorporated into one programme. This paper sheds light on APS, how it is structured, run and assessed with a special emphasis on the use of flexibility through learning contracts and student designed learning outcomes and the use of APEL, that together gives credit to students to know their own learning needs, to devise their own programme and to be given credit for what they know already.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v1i2.24

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