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Learning contracts
What is it*: A learning contract is a structured method whereby each student, in consultation with a staff advisor, designs and implements manageable learning activities. The emphasis is on making each activity relevant to those professional and personal needs of the student which are consistent with the aims of the course and/or subject. READ MORE 
* A learning contract can also be an agreement between learners and lecturers and or between students themselves e.g. in group work.
Learning Contract Case Study
  • University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
An example of a collaboration rubric
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