General Education Student Learning Outcomes
Students should be able to demonstrate:
1. their ability to think critically
2. their ability to express themselves clearly in written and oral communication
3. their ability to express themselves effectively in quantitative terms
4. their understanding of and appreciation for the value and significance of culture
5. the scientific method of inquiry and the historical and contemporary impact of science on daily life
6. their understanding of global, political, social economi and historical perspectives
7. their ability to use technology to access, retrieve, process, and communicate information
Questionnaire for Faculty Evaluation of Student Performance: At the completion of the course, every faculty member teaching an IDS 2110 class is asked to turn in this completed questionnaire to Karen Griffin, Director, AA Program.
At the completion of the class, the instructor is responsible for filling in both the Course Rubric and Course Questionnaire and sending them to Karen Griffin, Director, Associates in Arts Program. Her office compiles the results. (See Rubric Results) and Executive Summary of Rubric Results.