Demonstrable cognitive, affective and behavioral skills and characteristics that support effective and appropriate interaction in a variety of cultural contexts.
Ability to recognize ethical issues in a variety of settings and evaluate alternative actions.
Demonstrable knowledge, skills, values and motivation that promotes the quality of life in a community.
*Rubrics can be uploaded into a Blackboard course for use in assignment grading. Note: The rubrics can be edited once uploaded, but cannot be altered once they've been made available to the class participants. For information on how to upload the rubrics into Blackboard, please visit: Blackboard-How to Use Rubrics.
Student artifacts from assignments or activities that include the following: structured reflection incorporating students’ descriptions, observations, analyses, application, synthesis of their community-based experiences in relation to themes, issues, theories, concepts, skills related to course objectives or content.
Student artifacts from assignments or activities that ask learners to describe and reflect upon a significant incident that occurred during a community-based experience in relation to themes, issues, theories, concepts and skills related to course objectives or content.
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