Learning Goals – LEC Alumni

by on June 24, 2009 in 2009-2011 with Comments Off


At the LEC, our walls are adorned with student posters; a decorative display of some of the students who’ve come to the LEC, their learning goals and what they have to say about their learning.
Below are two examples of such posters. The first features Randy Destin. Randy graduated MCNY with his bachelor’s in human services in 2008. He was a frequent visitor to the LEC for both math and writing.

The second features Lachaela Wells. Lachaela earned her MBA in 2008, and was also featured as a student panelist at the Self-Directed Learning Symposium. During the panel discussion, Lachaela emphasized that it is a misconception of graduate students that they cannot benefit from the attending sessions at the LEC.

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