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DRAMA

College Learning Outcomes:

  1. Written, Oral and Visual Communication: Communicate effectively in writing, orally and/or visually using traditional and/or modern information resources and supporting technology.
  2. Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning: Locate, identify, collect, and organize data in order to then analyze, interpret or evaluate it using mathematical skills and/or the scientific method.
  3. Critical Thinking: Differentiate between facts, influences, opinions, and assumptions to reach reasoned and supportable conclusions.
  4. Problem Solving: Recognize and identify the components of a problem or issue, look at it from multiple perspectives and investigate ways to resolve it.
  5. Information Literacy: Formulate strategies to locate, evaluate and apply information from a variety of sources - print and/or electronic.



Attachments:

Pdf of what each course fulfills:
Bloom's Taxonomy:
SLO for DRAMA 110:

SEE BELOW FOR COURSE OUTLINE SLOs ATTACHMENT.


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First: Please rank on a scale of 1 to 5 (5=high) - how important each of these general outcomes are to to each of your classes in the matrix as follows:
CLASS NAME
Effective
Communication

Scientific or
Quantitative
Reasoning

Critical
Thinking

Problem
Solving

Information
Literacy



DRAM 110
5
1
4
3
3


DRAM 116












DRAM 117












DRAM 125












DRAM 126












DRAM 127












DRAM 128












DRAM 129












DRAM 130












DRAM 131












DRAM 134












DRAM 137







DRAM 143














Effective
Communication

Scientific or
Quantitative
Reasoning

Critical
Thinking

Problem
Solving

Information
Literacy



DRAM 144










DRAM 150
4
3
5
3
2

DRAM 160










DRAM 161










DRAM 162










DRAM 163










DRAM 164






DRAM 166










DRAM 230










DRAM 237










DRAM 240









DRAM 245












DRAM 246










DRAM 252A/B

4

1
3

5
2


Most up-to-date SLOs from the course outlines


SLO template (with an example from history) to use for those courses you assess in any particular semester: