Recognition of Prior Learning in Irish Higher Education

Recognition of Prior Learning in Irish Higher Education

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Accessibility & Inclusion, National Forum Insights

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This insight aims to build a common understanding of recognition of prior learning for Irish higher education. Building on existing good practice, it explains the various forms of learning that can be recognised and outlines the conditions which can assist staff to ensure that the potential of every student to succeed is optimised.

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This insight aims to build a common understanding of recognition of prior learning for Irish higher education. Building on existing good practice, it explains the various forms of learning that can be recognised and outlines the conditions which can assist staff to ensure that the potential of every student to succeed is optimised.

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