Accomplishing High Quality Assignments in CYP Post Graduate Diploma

Abdulrauf Farooqui

Abstract


21st Century learner can be described as ‘technowiredcompuchildren’. This refers to youth focused inquiry based learning system offered at Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU). All learning systems involve the successful completion of high quality assignments indicating that the student has done additional reading beyond the course material and has made out all-out-effort towards completing assignments with ingenuity. The Commonwealth youth program (CYP), Post Graduate Diploma in ‘Youth in Development Work’ played a significant role in promoting the student’s based reading cum writing, speaking and listening skills, motivated thinking process and above capacity for critical thinking. This paper provides an insight into the value of completing high quality assignments at one’s own initiative.


Keywords: 21st century learner, high quality assignments, reading skills, speaking and listening skills, technowiredcompuchildren, writing skills.


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21st century learner, high quality assignments, reading skills, speaking and listening skills, technowiredcompuchildren, writing skills.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/joeed.v6i1.1282

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