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Personalized Placement Learning Plan (P.P.L.P.)

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The personalized placement learning plan outlines the course of study for the placement component and the basis for assessment and evaluation and for the granting of one or more credits in the specific subject. Cooperative education and work experience students must have personalized placement learning plans that identify the overall and specific curriculum expectations of the related course that describe the knowledge and skills the student will apply and further develop at the placement, as well as the employer’s expectations and the expectations of the classroom component of the course that apply to the placement. When a student is earning cooperative education credits related to more than one course, the personalized placement learning plan must include the learning expectations that relate to each course.

 

In addition to standard student and placement information, the personalized placement learning plan must include the following:

 

• the name of the related course or courses on which the cooperative education course is based, and of the curriculum policy document in which each course is included

 

• the course code of the related course, which will also be used for the cooperative education course (for the purpose of assigning credit appropriately)

 

• the grade level and type of course

 

• the credit value of the cooperative education course

 

• the curriculum expectations of the related course that describe the knowledge and skills the student will extend and refine through application and practice at the workplace

 

• the expectations of the employer and those expectations included in the classroom component of the course (e.g., expectations relating to placement specific health and safety training) that the student will achieve at the placement

 

• the opportunities that the placement will provide, and the learning strategies that will be employed, to enable the student to apply and refine the required knowledge and skills and to develop an understanding of current industry practices and standards

 

• the criteria and strategies to be used in assessing and evaluating the student’s achievement of the knowledge and skills identified in the plan

 

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