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As a learning college, South Piedmont Community College promotes and celebrates learning as the process that changes and improves lives. This applies to our students, employees, and the college itself. We are an organization in which people continually expand their ability to grow and learn. – South Piedmont Mission, Vision, Values introduction

 

Learning College Key Principles:

  • Creates substantive change in individual learners
  • Engages learners as full partners in the learning process
  • Creates and offers as many options for learning as possible.
  • Assists learners to form and participate in collaborative learning activities.
  • Defines the roles of learning facilitators by the needs of the learners.
  • Identifies the roles of all college employees in supporting learning.
  • Succeeds only when improved and expanded learning can be documented for its learners.

 

Want to know more about Learning Colleges?  Contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

File Attachments:
  1. Launching a Learning-Centered College- Terry O'Banion (1999).pdf Launching a Learning-Centered College- Terry O'Banion (1999).pdf
    Article from Terry O’Banion about launching a learning-centered college. A further explanation of the key principles is listed on pages 11-16.
  2. Learning College Presentation Convocation 2018.pptx Learning College Presentation Convocation 2018.pptx
    Learning College presentation from the Fall 2018 Convocation.
Author: SPCC Manager
Last modified: 1/21/2022 2:54 PM (EDT)