Many of us are engaged in assessing core competencies/general education outcomes at the institution and program levels, but learning happens in each individual classroom.
What does quantitative reasoning and critical thinking look like in YOUR course and in your assignments? Where do we see evidence of our students’ growing skills in these areas? How are these skills manifested differently in the various disciplines?
Join your colleagues from HCC, BCC, GCC, STCC, MCLA, & Westfield for a half-day of both discipline-specific and interdisciplinary conversations focused on developing these important skills seen in our students’ work.
$100 stipends available. Lunch will be provided.
After you have registered, please submit an assignment or two that requires your students to demonstrate quantitative reasoning and/or critical thinking skills by sending as an attachment to Judi Greene-Corvee, GCC Director of Learning Outcomes Assessment and Professional Development, firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Judi for more information about the workshop.