Outside the Classroom Learning
Outside the classroom learning experiences are often the most memorable learning experiences, and they help us to make sense of the world around us by connecting feelings and learning. These experiences stay with us into adulthood and influence our beliefs, lifestyle and work. They influence our values and the decisions we make. They allow us to transfer learning experienced outside to the classroom and vice versa.
In the Department of English, there are many opportunities for students to engage with faculty, fellow students, their curriculum and content outside of the traditional learning environment. Some examples are:
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