MaiaLearning streamlines the process of connecting students with work opportunities and documenting their experiences, allowing them to apply theoretical knowledge in real-world settings. Supervisors evaluate students' performance, educators ensure alignment with educational goals, and schools report on the benefits of work-based learning in preparing students for future careers.Contact UsContact Us
The initial step in the work-based learning process involves students actively seeking out opportunities, whether they are paid or unpaid. They proactively search for experiences that align with their career interests, allowing them to gain valuable practical knowledge to complement their coursework.
Students record their practical learning experiences, enabling them to apply their theoretical knowledge in real-world settings. By linking their work-based experiences with their academic studies, students can enhance their understanding and practical application of the concepts they learn in the classroom.
Once students have documented their work-based learning experiences, they submit them for approval from their workplace supervisors. This step ensures that the students' performance and achievements are evaluated by professionals in their chosen field, providing valuable feedback and validation of their skills and abilities.
Optionally, the approved experiences can then be submitted for second-level approvals from educators or counselors. This additional step ensures that the experiences align with the educational goals and objectives set by the school, providing further validation and support for the students' career development.
Schools take the responsibility of reporting on the student experiences. This reporting allows schools to showcase the benefits of work-based learning in preparing students for their future careers, highlighting the practical application of theoretical knowledge and the valuable skills gained through these experiences.