Faculty Discussion on General Education

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How Are We Addressing the General Education Student Learning Outcomes in Our Classes?

 

Join us for a series of Faculty Brown-Bag Discussions on General Education.

Each discussion will focus on one or two specific Student Learning Outcomes and provide an opportunity for faculty teaching core classes to talk with members of the Auburn University community about how they are addressing and assessing those outcomes.

Faculty who teach related core classes, faculty who would like to propose new courses for the core, and students who want to learn more are all encouraged to attend.

Each discussion will last from 12:00-1:00 in AU Student Center 2107 on the days listed below. Drinks and desserts will be provided.

Wednesday, Sept. 19th

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO1 Students will be information literate.
SLO6 Students will be able to write effectively.

Wednesday, Sept. 26th

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO2 Students will be able to read analytically and critically.
SLO3 Students will be able to critique and construct an agrument effectively.

Wednesday, Oct. 3rd

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO4 Students will be able to apply simply mathematical methods to the solution of re-world problems.
SLO5 Students will be able to select and use techniques and methods to solve open-ended, ill-defined, or multi-step problems.

Wednesday, Oct. 10th

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO7 Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills.

Wednesday, Oct. 17th

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO8 Students will be informed and engaged citizens of the United States and the world.

Wednesday, Oct. 24th

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO9 Students will understand and appreciate the diversity of and within societies of the United States and the world.

Wednesday, Oct. 31st

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO10 Students will understand and appreciate the methods and issues of science and technology.

Wednesday, Nov. 7th

12:00-1:00
AUSC 2107

SLO11 Students will understand the arts and aesthetics as way of knowing and engaging with the world.

Sponsored by the Core Curriculum and Education Committee.

 

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