Learning & Development Outcomes
The University of Toronto Mississauga Department of Student Housing & Residence Life is committed to enhancing student learning and development through our programs and services. Department initiatives align with relevant and desirable learning from at least one of six broad categories (called domains): knowledge acquisition, construction, integration and application; cognitive complexity; intrapersonal development; interpersonal competence; humanitarianism and civic engagement; and practical competence. Each domain is defined by corresponding learning outcome dimensions that inform intentional programs & services that forward our mission.
Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration, and Application
Understanding knowledge from a range of disciplines;
Connecting knowledge to other knowledge, ideas, and experiences;
Relating knowledge to daily life.
Realistic self-appraisal, self-understanding, and self-respect;
Commitment to ethics and integrity;
Humanitarianism and Engagement
Understanding and appreciation of cultural and human differences;
Sense of civic responsibility.
Managing personal affairs;
Managing career development;
Maintaining health and wellness;
Living a purposeful and satisfying life.
*Adapted from the Council for the Advancement of Standards and Learning Reconsidered Outcomes.