Co-curricular Activities

 

Intended Learning Outcomes for Co-curricular Activities

Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane (AUI) strives to offer its students enrichment activities and programs to complement the classroom learning. These co-curricular activities are an integral part of their whole educational experience. Through a variety of programs and services, AUI endeavors to enhance campus life and provide opportunities for students to develop mentally, physically and socially.

In April 2017, the need to revise the Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) was identified.  A Co-curricular ILOs Committee composed of six heads of units met for extensively to rethink the outcomes and to update methods to assess students learning and development through the programs and services.

Three domains have been establish for the 2017-2018 academic year with the committee to continue its work to establish domains, specific outcomes, and means of assessment. 

For a learning and assessment focused co-curriculum the first three domains are diversity, leadership and autonomy.

Diversity

Diversity is the inclusion, welcome, and support of individuals of the AUI community. The characteristics can include, but is not limited to: age, background, citizenship, disability, education, ethnicity, family obligations, gender, appearance, geographical origin, language, marital status, political views, race, religion, socio-economic status, and work experience. 

1. Recognize and explain the value of diversity within their own society and in other groups or communities

2. Demonstrate willingness to integrate others into the campus community

3. Advocate for members of their community and appropriately challenge unfair and uncivil behavior in other individuals or groups

Leadership

Leadership is assuming responsibility for actions that allows all individuals to inspire and promote change collectively towards a shared vision or goal.

1. Recognize strengths in self and in others to work towards a shared vision.

2. Empower others for collaboration and distribution of responsibility.

3. Communicate clearly and effectively roles, purposes, and aspirations of self and others.

Autonomy

Autonomy is the ability to take charge of one's own decisions and assume responsibility for consequences.

1.  Demonstrate awareness of the opportunities to exercise self-directed decision-making

2.  Explain rationale of their decisions

3.  Practice self-reliance and use available resources for support