The Learning Competencies wiki is intended for use by students in learning, teaching and assessment.
The competencies are based on Curtin's graduate attributes.
Get started by viewing one of the competencies:
- Apply discipline knowledge
- Thinking skills
- Information skills
- Communication skills
- Technology skills
- Learning how to learn
- International perspective
- Cultural understanding
- Professional skills
Alternatively, take a [test] to see which competence suits you best.
Some general comments regarding learning competencies
My number one learning resource is the project itself. I’ve learned more here than I probably could have done elsewhere. (student 2016)
As useful “resource” I would describe personal, individual meetings with the other students. I have learned to much from the personal feedback and comments that I have received in private discussions compared to big group meetings. This is something that also shows how important a good peer review can be. It always is dif?cult to ask and give good and back feedback, but doing it from person to person has been much easier than doing it together with others. (student 2016)
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