Sociology and History

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Sociology and History

  1. 1.  Writing Skills (LC & BCC)  Discipline Specific (LC & BCC)  Broader (BCC & LC) Quantitative Reasoning (in non-science courses) (LC) Critical Thinking (LC & BCC)  Evidence Sensitivity and Argument Building  Quantitative, Qualitative, Observation, Analytical  Inductive vs. Deductive Reasoning Introduction to Broader Cross-Disciplinary Knowledge (building connections) (LC & BCC)
  2. 2.  Course and Project-based ePortfolios: Engaging the discipline online  High impact learning practices Resource ePortfolios  Course-specific resource ePortfolios Professional ePortfolios for Faculty (buy in)  Linking Faculty Professional with Student Showcase ePortfolios Discipline-Specific Assessment (an idea)
  3. 3. Ideas on Facilitating Transfer Between LC & BCC Proving Course/Program Equivalencies (Discipline-Specific and Pathways-Specific) Overcoming Institutional Transfer Obstacles Establishing Starting Point for Students at Receiving Institution Establishing Cross-Campus Discussion on Academic Expectations Beyond Articulation Agreements
  4. 4.  Questions Moving Forward:  With uniformity of ePortfolios, how can we carry out intra and inter campus assessment?  How to establish transfer criteria that will be acceptable to both sending and receiving institutions?

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