Learning Outcome 4 (personal domain)

Students connect conceptual learning to challenges and opportunities in the world outside of the university classroom by critically analyzing their experience in order to make meaning of it.

 

  •   Learning outcome 4: Students, as members of society, can recognize and assess how sustainability impacts their lives and how their actions impact sustainability.
    (personal domain)

4 Responses to “Learning Outcome 4 (personal domain)”

  1. Avatar of Deane Wang Deane Wang says:

    From BSAD (posted by Deane)

    The personal domain addresses knowledge and skill applied outside classroom. How do we assess this outcome?

  2. Avatar of Deane Wang Deane Wang says:

    From BSAD (posted by Deane)

    For Learning outcome 4, would using the decision making pyramid model be worthwhile? Something to the effect that individual decisions on sustainability requires the least amount of information, consensus and due process. Something like:
    Learning outcome 4: Students, as members of society, can recognize and assess how local, organizational, national and international sustainability decision-making differs in complexity, process and scope.

  3. Alan Tinkler says:

    Outcome 4: Students recognize and assess how sustainability impacts their lives and how their actions impact sustainability.

    Additional note: I understand the desire to include being a member of society, but the outcome is that students recognize and assess, so (from my perspective) the removal of the clause moves the action of the sentence to a more powerful rhetorical position.

    All this is to say, these are only minor suggestions; it is clear that thoughtful work went into the outcomes (for which I am grateful since this is an important initiative).

    For all my comments, please regard those that are helpful and disregard the other.

  4. Avatar of tmares tmares says:

    I think that clarifying what is the “it” in the first statement is needed. Is it the classroom, the experience, the world, the challenges?

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