Understand foundational areas of knowledge

Understand foundational areas of knowledge

The full essential student learning outcome as stated in the catalog:

 Understand foundational areas of knowledge. Students will learn to:
analyze how identity is formed through the interaction of the
 individual and society;
apply basic strategies of mathematical thought to solve problems;
communicate purposefully, effectively, and precisely;
analyze the foundations of the contemporary world and the
 interconnectedness of cultures;
apply scientific methodologies to and articulate the scientific context
 of issues they will confront as citizens;
explore the complexities of the creative process; and
evaluate the ways in which humans understand the meanings of existence.
Instructional design                                                       Doane resource          

Dr. Tom King, Professor of Instructional Design (website with information on flipped classrooms, online course design, Google apps, Blackboard, and more!)

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