Experience learning, Service learning, Honors Program, Innovators, Change makers
"Operation Innovators" is a systematic review of experiential learning opportunities within the Western Washington University Honors Program. Service based opportunities are just one example of a method that provides experiential learning within a real world setting that is difficult to replicate within a traditional classroom. The aim of this project is to provide recommendations for the immediate addition of opportunities for this type of learning within the WWU Honors Program as well as to gather research for possible long term changes in Honors curricula in order to strengthen the overall educational experience of the Honors Program.
Health and Human Development
Aylward, Elise, "Operation Innovators: A Systematic Review of Experiential Learning Opportunities Within the Western Washington University Honors Program" (2016). WWU Honors College Senior Projects. 31.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Universities and colleges--Honors courses--Washington (State)--Bellingham
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Western Washington University. Honors Program
student projects; term papers
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