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NURSING EDUCATION

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:
SLOs for NE 135 and 240:

SEE BELOW FOR COURSE OUTLINE SLOs LINK.


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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



NE 090










NE 095










NE 100










NE 101
5
4
5
4


NE 102
5
4
5
4


NE 103
5
4
5
4


NE 110










NE 135
5
5
5
5


NE 135L
5
5
5
5


NE 138
4
4
5
4


NE 140
5
5
5
5


NE 140L
5
5
5
5


NE 203
5
4
5
4


NE 205























CLASS NAME
Effective
Communication

Scientific or
Quantitative
Reasoning

Critical
Thinking
Problem
Solving
Information
Literacy



NE 210
5
5
5
5


NE 210L
5
5
5
5


NE 212
5
5
5
5


NE 212L
5
5
5
5


NE 214
5
5
5
5


NE 214L
5
5
5
5


NE 216
5
5
5
5


NE 216L
5
5
5
5


NE 220A
4
5
5
5


NE 220B
4
5
5
5


NE 225
5
5
5
5


NE 225L
5
5
5
5















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: