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The alignment mechanism

Alignment involves aligning learning experiences to important outcomes (including achievement objectives and key competencies).

This means, for example:

  • ensuring theory is allied to learning activities in both simulated and real-life contexts, so that students begin to learn the practical and professional skills needed in business
  • focusing teaching and learning on the development of the key skills of negotiation, communication, problem-solving, and decision-making, and on the key concepts
  • providing sufficient opportunities for students to revisit concepts and consolidate their understanding of important ideas and processes.

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Last updated November 29, 2011