Super-curriculum and Meta-skills
Learning goes beyond memorising information for recall and involves understanding, creating links between ideas and joining prior and new knowledge while becoming an independent and critical thinker who transfers learning to new and different situations.
- A vibrant range of activities offers challenges to students’ thinking and expands their view of the world around them.
- Students gain a sense of accomplishment while developing research skills and the ability to debate, communicate confidently and effectively, solve problems and think critically, reflectively and creatively.
- These are meta-skills that have inherent, lifelong value, with universities and employers seeking candidates who possess them.