Cwu Internship Learning Agreement
Your learning goals, activities and progress are tracked and evaluated by your co-advisor to help you have an effective learning experience. An S or U grade is awarded at the end of the cooperative work experience. You can also respond to the content described in the «Final Report» section. This should apply to what you experience on a daily basis in your cooperative task. You will find that answering these questions will make your diary or a practical and interesting record of the daily learning and growth you have experienced. Using a table like the one shown here can be helpful in guiding your thinking and making the most of your newspaper articles. Faculty and site supervisors authorize internships via an e-mail link sent by Handshake: Once the apprenticeship agreement is reached, several signatures are required: your employer/supervisor, your co-op faculty advisor, and you must sign that each person agrees with the provisions listed. The head of department, Dean and the associate director of charity services sign to show that the agreement complies with the standards and requirements of the university and approve the registration for the cooperative teaching course. Be sure to give enough time for approval by all parties before registration. Once registration is complete, copies of the «learning agreement» will be sent to your advisor, employer/supervisor and you. This should be done shortly after the last day of gout/add.
A learning goal is a pedagogical goal that you set yourself during your cooperative experience. Learning goals refer to a series of statements that clearly and accurately describe the learning you want to get during your work period. You should write three or more learning goals that you want to achieve during the co-op experience. Learning objectives should not be a list of very large and well-defined trivial tasks, nor should they be broad and vague enough that they cannot be evaluated judiciously. Learning objectives should be indicated based on desired outcomes. To write effective learning goals, you need to decide what you expect to learn and accomplish during the work experience. The challenge is to attach classroom learning to what happens in the collaborative work experience, so that it is interactive and amplifying. Effective learning goals should include two main types of information: (1) A statement about what you want to accomplish or learn from your work experience. (2) Indicate the level of achieved performance you want to achieve, expressed whenever possible in numerical terms (15% speed increase). Use action words that express what you intend to learn and do. Examples of words and action ideas are cited below: This form has two objectives: (1) This is an agreement between the student, the employer/guardian and the university. The form provides each party with the information they need to confirm an effective cooperation experience that deserves academic recognition.
(2) It must be submitted to Career Services for final approval and enroll the student in the cooperative teaching course. The apprenticeship agreement is an official pact (similar to a contract) between the employer, the university and the student. A substandal or incomplete apprenticeship agreement is reimbursed for revision before being approved. Career services have the apprenticeship agreement available online. The form is available on paper at Bouillon 206. The learning agreement form can be completed online. Once all the information has been entered, print out the form and forward it to the internship manager and the faculty coordinator for approval and signatures.