So, really, what does it look like?!?
Trying to visualize what your CLR might look like? What will it contain? How are your learners accessing it? How will they be able to gain transparency and agency into their learning journey?
Well if you have these questions, you’re not alone. But do not fear—we have put together this resource to provide an overview of the AEFIS Student Learning Journey and CLR to help inspire you and others on how an authentic assessment process can drive such results.
CLR begins with planning! Consider this backward design approach—a four-step process moves your initiative forward at your institution!
- Digital Catalogs—manage all of your learning experiences in one place
- Programs—digitize your curriculum map and link to competency frameworks that make learners’ skills explicit
- Academic Experiences—link authentic evidence of student learning and other prior learning artifacts and life credits to CLR
- Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR)—reinforces that learning happens everywhere with verified evidence of student learning from course, co-curricular engagements, student employment, and even student self-identified experiences.