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PLA-100: Introduction to Prior Learning Assessment
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Introduction to Prior Learning Assessment explains how to earn college credit for ...

Introduction to Prior Learning Assessment explains how to earn college credit for what one already knows and can validly document. In this course, students discover how learning gained from work and life experiences could potentially earn college credit. The course covers the background of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA), learning styles, PLA options, and factors leading to program success. Students analyze their own background and experience to determine whether pursuing the PLA option might fit their goals By successfully completing this course, students will have a better idea of the next steps to take and the ways PLA can expedite their degree.

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Arts and Humanities
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Thomas Edison State College
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Center for the Assessment of Learning and Terry Hoffmann
PLA-200: Introduction to Portfolio Development
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Introduction to Portfolio Development is built upon the knowledge and reflection gained ...

Introduction to Portfolio Development is built upon the knowledge and reflection gained in PLA-100, Orientation to Prior Learning Assessment. PLA-200 will help students identify courses that best match their selected knowledge base. Students will plan each segment of their portfolio and will use learning outcomes to create a detailed outline. This outline will delineate topics for development based upon the knowledge, theoretical understanding, and applied learning gained from work, community, and personal experiences. As a result of this course, students will be prepared to complete their written portfolio.

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Arts and Humanities
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Full Course
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Thomas Edison State College
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Center for the Assessment of Learning and Terry Hoffmann