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BA PSYCHOLOGY
                                                         Learning Outcomes Rubric
Please note the following when marking the boxes for each of the core competencies:

Limited Exposure: If the student does not demonstrate that he or she has received college-level instruction in this area, check this box.

Moderate Exposure: If the student shows some competency with this outcome, and shows recognition of some of the discussion points in this area,
check this box.

Significant Exposure: If the student can fairly easily address some of the major themes and their application to theory and/or to their own life, check
this box. These are abilities beyond those described under Moderate Exposure.

Extensive Exposure: If the student demonstrates expertise in a given area that sets him or her apart from their peer group, check this box. These are
abilities beyond those described under Significant Exposure.

Section 1a: Cognitive Abilities: Critical Thinking: Given a psychological issue, employs skeptical inquiry and a scientific approach.

:   0 = Limited     •   Demonstrates limited ability to thoughtfully examine psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations.
    Exposure
                    •   Demonstrates limited ability in acknowledging or exploring a given topic from more than one perspective.
D   1 = Moderate    •   Able to recognize and describe a wide range of psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations.
    Exposure
                    •   When presenting (in written work or orally), indicates an understanding of a given topic from multiple perspectives.

                    •   Able to define and discuss the complexities in a given issue.
A    2=             •   Able to choose from and appraise a wide range of psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations.
    Significant
    Exposure
                    •   When presenting (in written work or orally), can illustrate multiple perspectives on a given topic.
                    •   Able to analyze the complexities of a given issue.

X   3 = Extensive   •   Able to formulate reasoned opinions on a wide range of psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations.
    Exposure
                    •   When presenting (in written work or orally), assesses a given topic from multiple perspectives and evaluates merit of each perspective.
                    •   Able to systematically analyze and appraise the complexities of a given issue.
Section 1b: Cognitive Abilities: Information Literacy: Given a research question related to psychology, accesses information from a variety of
sources and select appropriate sources to respond to the question.
s   0 = Limited      •   Relies primarily on subjective/personal experience, popular press reports of psychology, and/or anecdotal evidence when completing a project on a topic
    Exposure             in psychology.
i   1 = Moderate     •   Able to obtain, arrange, classify, and describe information from a variety of appropriate sources pertinent to the chosen topic when completing a
    Exposure             project in psychology.

p  2=                •   Able to compare, contrast, and use information from a variety of sources pertinent to the chosen topic when completing a project in psychology.
  Significant
  Exposure
X 3 = Extensive      •   Able to collect and arrange information from a variety of sources pertinent to the chosen topic, integrating reasoned appraisals of such information into
  Exposure               the work of a project in psychology.


Section 2: Research: Understanding Research Methods: Given an article about research findings in the field of psychology from a scholarly
journal, identifies the research design and statistical tools used (including research design, data analysis, and interpretation), and the findings of the
article.
a 0 = Limited           • Demonstrates limited ability to correctly summarize one or none of the following: the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and
    Exposure                  findings of the article.

f   1 = Moderate         •    Able to correctly summarize at least two of the following: the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and findings of the article.
    Exposure
   2=                    •    Able to correctly summarize the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and findings of the article.
  Significant
  Exposure
X 3 = Extensive          •    Able to correctly summarize the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and findings of the article.
  Exposure               •    Able to use sound reasoning as a basis for criticizing the research results.


Section 3a: Communication Skills: Oral: Effectively presents psychological concepts orally as appropriate to the audience.

E   0 = Limited          •    Possesses limited ability and/or struggles in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations.
    Exposure
P   1 = Moderate         •    Possesses moderate ability in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations.
    Exposure
                         •    Exhibits the ability to identify basic/general levels of organization and clarity of presentation.
                         •    Struggles with the ability to recognize higher levels of organization and clarity, levels of appropriateness for specific audience(s), and/or is
                              challenged with grammatical issues (such as the use of informal language or slang).
2=               •   Possesses significant ability in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations.
    Significant
    Exposure
                      •   Exhibits the ability to identify, select, and apply basic/general levels of organization and clarity of presentation.
                      •   Able to recognize higher levels of organization and clarity, exhibits the ability to identify, select, and apply appropriate levels of presentation for
                          specific audience(s), and/or is versed in correct usage of grammar and appropriate word selection.

X   3 = Extensive     •   Possesses extensive ability in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations.
    Exposure          •   Exhibits the ability to design, develop, and defend appropriate levels of organizations and clarity of presentation, thus allowing the listener to
                          following the line of reasoning.
                      •   Exhibits the ability to design, develop, and defend appropriate level of presentation for audience, correct use of grammar, word choice for
                          precise meaning.


Section 3b: Communication Skills: Written: Effectively presents psychological information, in writing, using software and style appropriate to the
audience.
a   0 = Limited       •   Possesses limited ability in recognizing and/or creating formal academic writing to include APA format, clarity in content, language use, grammar
    Exposure              organization and sentence structure.

o   1 = Moderate      •   Possesses moderate ability in creating, organizing and delivering written work.
    Exposure
                      •   Exhibits the ability to identify basic/general levels of organization and clarity in content, language use, grammar organization and sentence structure
                          using APA formatting.
                      •   Exhibits the ability to identify and discuss psychological concepts in written work.

E    2=               •   Able to recognize and apply higher levels of organization and clarity, able to identify, select, and apply appropriate levels of written work for
    Significant           specific audience(s), and/or is versed in correct usage of language, grammar, and organization.
    Exposure
                      •   Possesses significant ability in formal academic writing with clarity in content, language use, grammar organization, and sentence structure using
                          APA formatting.
                      •   Exhibits the ability to identify, discuss, and apply psychological concepts in written work.

X   3 = Extensive     •   Exhibits the ability to develop and apply appropriate levels of conciseness and clarity in content, language use, grammar, organization using APA
    Exposure              formatting.
                      •   Exhibits the ability to develop, apply and defend a particular stance related to psychological concepts in written work.


Section 4a: Ethics: Identifies the issues and challenges related to ethics in the field of Psychology.

I   0 = Limited       •   Demonstrates limited knowledge about and/or ability to remember basic ethical precepts and terminology.
    Exposure
D   1 = Moderate      •   Understands and is able to recognize and/or describe elements of the ethical standards and guidelines upon which psychology is based.
    Exposure
2=                •   Not only understands the importance of ethical guidelines and is able to identify key elements therein, but can also analyze and apply ethical
    Significant            concepts and ideological frameworks to specific psychological issues.
    Exposure
                       •   Claims ownership over the prescribed ethical principles for the field, and works to promote ethical decision-making and activity accordingly.

X   3 = Extensive      •   Effectively engages in ethical thinking and action, evidenced by the ability to articulate best-practices pertaining to case examples and/or other
    Exposure               specific problems associated with the field.
                       •   Recognizes more subtle breaches in ethical practices in psychology and can construct alternative analyses and choices of behaviors.
                       •   Claims ownership over the prescribed ethical principles for the field, and works to promote ethical decision-making and activity accordingly.


Section 4b: Diversity: Identifies the issues and challenges related to diversity in the field of psychology.

:   0 = Limited        •   Demonstrates limited knowledge about and/or ability to remember basic precepts and terminology related to diversity within psychology.
    Exposure           •   Bases opinion(s), in large part, on subjective/personal experience and/or bias.

B   1 = Moderate       •   Understands and is able to recognize and/or describe the existence of diversity issues in the field of psychology.
    Exposure

U 2=                   •   Not only understands the importance of awareness and knowledge/skill development in regards to diversity in psychology, but can also analyze and
  Significant              apply multiculturally-sensitive theories, thoughts, and beliefs to specific psychological issues.
  Exposure             •   Recognizes personal biases, and works to increase awareness and respect for diverse populations.

X   3 = Extensive      •   Effectively engages in multiculturally-sensitive thought and action, evidenced by the ability to articulate best-practices pertaining to case examples
    Exposure               and/or other specific diversity issues and populations associated with the field.
                       •   Recognizes more subtle forms of discrimination and prejudice within and around psychology and can construct alternative analyses and choices of
                           behaviors.
                       •   Claims ownership over personal biases, and works to increase awareness and respect for diverse populations.


5. Knowledge of Psychology: Recognizes the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications, and historical trends in
psychology.

p   0 = Limited        •   Demonstrates limited ability in recognizing or comprehending major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and
    Exposure               historical trends in psychology or within a specific area of study in the field.

h   1 = Moderate       •   Able to recognize and comprehend the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and historical trends in
    Exposures              psychology or within a specific area of study in the field.

p    2=                •   Exhibits the ability to analyze and apply the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and historical trends in a
    Significant            psychology or within a specific area of study in the field.
    Exposure
X   3 = Extensive      •   Exhibits consistent recognition and exceptional comprehension of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and
    Exposure               historical trends in psychology or within a specific area of study in the field.
                       •   Able to synthesize and evaluate various psychological theories, and apply them to explain everyday events and experiences.


6. Knowledge of Applied Psychology: Applies psychological principles to personal, social, and/or organizational issues.

A   0 = Limited        •   Demonstrates limited ability in describing the major established and emerging areas of applied psychology.
    Exposure
                       •   Demonstrates a basic and/or limited understanding of how psychological principles may apply to issues and situations at a personal, social, and/
                           or organizational level.

o    1=                •   Demonstrates ability in describing the major established and emerging areas of applied psychology.
    Moderate
    Exposure
                       •   Demonstrates an understanding of how psychological principles may apply to issues and situations at a personal, social, and/or organizational
                           level.
                       •   Occasionally applies psychological principles in his/her everyday decision-making and interactions with others, in the news, and in
                           organizations s/he comes into contact with such as schools, workplaces, and places of worship and recreation.

o   2=                 •   Demonstrates a consistent understanding of how psychological principles apply to issues and situations at a personal, social, and/or
    Significant            organizational level.
    Exposure
                       •   Consistently applies psychological principles in his/her everyday decision-making and interactions with others, in the news, and in organizations
                           s/he comes into contact with such as schools, workplaces, and places of worship and recreation.

X   3 = Extensive      •   Provides comprehensive explanations that incorporate psychological principles, as well as, empirical data and best practices.
    Exposure
                       •   Demonstrates the ability to use psychological principles in solving problems, explaining social issues, and dealing with everyday life situations.


Section 7: Interpersonal Effectiveness: Active Listening Communication Skills: Develops and improves positive relationship skills via effective
communication, respect for others, appreciation of diversity and cultural sensitivity, and awareness of their impact on others.

 0 = Limited          •   Demonstrates limited ability to apply active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish empathetic,
    Exposure               collegial relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is not appreciative of diversity and culture.
                       •   Demonstrates limited awareness of the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and
                           organizational relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity.
                       •   Demonstrates limited openness to feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships.
                       •   Demonstrates limited awareness of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational relationships.
                       •   Demonstrates limited ability to utilize effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change.
 1 = Moderate    •   Demonstrates awareness of the importance of active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish
  Exposure            empathetic, collegial relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is appreciative of diversity and culture.
                  •   Demonstrates awareness of the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational
                      relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity.
                  •   Is open to receiving feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships.
                  •   Demonstrates awareness of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational relationships.
                  •   Utilizes some effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change.

 2=              •   Able to apply some active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish empathetic, collegial
  Significant         relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is appreciative of diversity and culture.
  Exposure        •   Able to analyze the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational relationships that
                      are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity.
                  •   Able to accept and utilize feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships.
                  •   Actively demonstrates an understanding of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational
                      relationships.
                  •   Demonstrates utilization of effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change.

X 3 = Extensive   •   Able to consistently and effectively apply active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish
  Exposure            empathetic, collegial relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is appreciative of diversity and culture.
                  •   Able to consistently analyze the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational
                      relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity.
                  •   Actively solicits and utilizes feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships.
                  •   Consistently & actively demonstrates an understanding of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and
                      organizational relationships.
                  •   Consistently demonstrates strong utilization of effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect
                      change.

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  • 1. BA PSYCHOLOGY Learning Outcomes Rubric Please note the following when marking the boxes for each of the core competencies: Limited Exposure: If the student does not demonstrate that he or she has received college-level instruction in this area, check this box. Moderate Exposure: If the student shows some competency with this outcome, and shows recognition of some of the discussion points in this area, check this box. Significant Exposure: If the student can fairly easily address some of the major themes and their application to theory and/or to their own life, check this box. These are abilities beyond those described under Moderate Exposure. Extensive Exposure: If the student demonstrates expertise in a given area that sets him or her apart from their peer group, check this box. These are abilities beyond those described under Significant Exposure. Section 1a: Cognitive Abilities: Critical Thinking: Given a psychological issue, employs skeptical inquiry and a scientific approach. : 0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited ability to thoughtfully examine psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations. Exposure • Demonstrates limited ability in acknowledging or exploring a given topic from more than one perspective. D 1 = Moderate • Able to recognize and describe a wide range of psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations. Exposure • When presenting (in written work or orally), indicates an understanding of a given topic from multiple perspectives. • Able to define and discuss the complexities in a given issue. A 2= • Able to choose from and appraise a wide range of psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations. Significant Exposure • When presenting (in written work or orally), can illustrate multiple perspectives on a given topic. • Able to analyze the complexities of a given issue. X 3 = Extensive • Able to formulate reasoned opinions on a wide range of psychological perspectives and theories within written and oral presentations. Exposure • When presenting (in written work or orally), assesses a given topic from multiple perspectives and evaluates merit of each perspective. • Able to systematically analyze and appraise the complexities of a given issue.
  • 2. Section 1b: Cognitive Abilities: Information Literacy: Given a research question related to psychology, accesses information from a variety of sources and select appropriate sources to respond to the question. s 0 = Limited • Relies primarily on subjective/personal experience, popular press reports of psychology, and/or anecdotal evidence when completing a project on a topic Exposure in psychology. i 1 = Moderate • Able to obtain, arrange, classify, and describe information from a variety of appropriate sources pertinent to the chosen topic when completing a Exposure project in psychology. p 2= • Able to compare, contrast, and use information from a variety of sources pertinent to the chosen topic when completing a project in psychology. Significant Exposure X 3 = Extensive • Able to collect and arrange information from a variety of sources pertinent to the chosen topic, integrating reasoned appraisals of such information into Exposure the work of a project in psychology. Section 2: Research: Understanding Research Methods: Given an article about research findings in the field of psychology from a scholarly journal, identifies the research design and statistical tools used (including research design, data analysis, and interpretation), and the findings of the article. a 0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited ability to correctly summarize one or none of the following: the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and Exposure findings of the article. f 1 = Moderate • Able to correctly summarize at least two of the following: the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and findings of the article. Exposure 2= • Able to correctly summarize the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and findings of the article. Significant Exposure X 3 = Extensive • Able to correctly summarize the research design, statistical and other evaluative tools, and findings of the article. Exposure • Able to use sound reasoning as a basis for criticizing the research results. Section 3a: Communication Skills: Oral: Effectively presents psychological concepts orally as appropriate to the audience. E 0 = Limited • Possesses limited ability and/or struggles in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations. Exposure P 1 = Moderate • Possesses moderate ability in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations. Exposure • Exhibits the ability to identify basic/general levels of organization and clarity of presentation. • Struggles with the ability to recognize higher levels of organization and clarity, levels of appropriateness for specific audience(s), and/or is challenged with grammatical issues (such as the use of informal language or slang).
  • 3. 2= • Possesses significant ability in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations. Significant Exposure • Exhibits the ability to identify, select, and apply basic/general levels of organization and clarity of presentation. • Able to recognize higher levels of organization and clarity, exhibits the ability to identify, select, and apply appropriate levels of presentation for specific audience(s), and/or is versed in correct usage of grammar and appropriate word selection. X 3 = Extensive • Possesses extensive ability in creating, organizing and delivering oral presentations. Exposure • Exhibits the ability to design, develop, and defend appropriate levels of organizations and clarity of presentation, thus allowing the listener to following the line of reasoning. • Exhibits the ability to design, develop, and defend appropriate level of presentation for audience, correct use of grammar, word choice for precise meaning. Section 3b: Communication Skills: Written: Effectively presents psychological information, in writing, using software and style appropriate to the audience. a 0 = Limited • Possesses limited ability in recognizing and/or creating formal academic writing to include APA format, clarity in content, language use, grammar Exposure organization and sentence structure. o 1 = Moderate • Possesses moderate ability in creating, organizing and delivering written work. Exposure • Exhibits the ability to identify basic/general levels of organization and clarity in content, language use, grammar organization and sentence structure using APA formatting. • Exhibits the ability to identify and discuss psychological concepts in written work. E 2= • Able to recognize and apply higher levels of organization and clarity, able to identify, select, and apply appropriate levels of written work for Significant specific audience(s), and/or is versed in correct usage of language, grammar, and organization. Exposure • Possesses significant ability in formal academic writing with clarity in content, language use, grammar organization, and sentence structure using APA formatting. • Exhibits the ability to identify, discuss, and apply psychological concepts in written work. X 3 = Extensive • Exhibits the ability to develop and apply appropriate levels of conciseness and clarity in content, language use, grammar, organization using APA Exposure formatting. • Exhibits the ability to develop, apply and defend a particular stance related to psychological concepts in written work. Section 4a: Ethics: Identifies the issues and challenges related to ethics in the field of Psychology. I 0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited knowledge about and/or ability to remember basic ethical precepts and terminology. Exposure D 1 = Moderate • Understands and is able to recognize and/or describe elements of the ethical standards and guidelines upon which psychology is based. Exposure
  • 4. 2= • Not only understands the importance of ethical guidelines and is able to identify key elements therein, but can also analyze and apply ethical Significant concepts and ideological frameworks to specific psychological issues. Exposure • Claims ownership over the prescribed ethical principles for the field, and works to promote ethical decision-making and activity accordingly. X 3 = Extensive • Effectively engages in ethical thinking and action, evidenced by the ability to articulate best-practices pertaining to case examples and/or other Exposure specific problems associated with the field. • Recognizes more subtle breaches in ethical practices in psychology and can construct alternative analyses and choices of behaviors. • Claims ownership over the prescribed ethical principles for the field, and works to promote ethical decision-making and activity accordingly. Section 4b: Diversity: Identifies the issues and challenges related to diversity in the field of psychology. : 0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited knowledge about and/or ability to remember basic precepts and terminology related to diversity within psychology. Exposure • Bases opinion(s), in large part, on subjective/personal experience and/or bias. B 1 = Moderate • Understands and is able to recognize and/or describe the existence of diversity issues in the field of psychology. Exposure U 2= • Not only understands the importance of awareness and knowledge/skill development in regards to diversity in psychology, but can also analyze and Significant apply multiculturally-sensitive theories, thoughts, and beliefs to specific psychological issues. Exposure • Recognizes personal biases, and works to increase awareness and respect for diverse populations. X 3 = Extensive • Effectively engages in multiculturally-sensitive thought and action, evidenced by the ability to articulate best-practices pertaining to case examples Exposure and/or other specific diversity issues and populations associated with the field. • Recognizes more subtle forms of discrimination and prejudice within and around psychology and can construct alternative analyses and choices of behaviors. • Claims ownership over personal biases, and works to increase awareness and respect for diverse populations. 5. Knowledge of Psychology: Recognizes the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications, and historical trends in psychology. p 0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited ability in recognizing or comprehending major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and Exposure historical trends in psychology or within a specific area of study in the field. h 1 = Moderate • Able to recognize and comprehend the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and historical trends in Exposures psychology or within a specific area of study in the field. p 2= • Exhibits the ability to analyze and apply the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and historical trends in a Significant psychology or within a specific area of study in the field. Exposure
  • 5. X 3 = Extensive • Exhibits consistent recognition and exceptional comprehension of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, applications and Exposure historical trends in psychology or within a specific area of study in the field. • Able to synthesize and evaluate various psychological theories, and apply them to explain everyday events and experiences. 6. Knowledge of Applied Psychology: Applies psychological principles to personal, social, and/or organizational issues. A 0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited ability in describing the major established and emerging areas of applied psychology. Exposure • Demonstrates a basic and/or limited understanding of how psychological principles may apply to issues and situations at a personal, social, and/ or organizational level. o 1= • Demonstrates ability in describing the major established and emerging areas of applied psychology. Moderate Exposure • Demonstrates an understanding of how psychological principles may apply to issues and situations at a personal, social, and/or organizational level. • Occasionally applies psychological principles in his/her everyday decision-making and interactions with others, in the news, and in organizations s/he comes into contact with such as schools, workplaces, and places of worship and recreation. o 2= • Demonstrates a consistent understanding of how psychological principles apply to issues and situations at a personal, social, and/or Significant organizational level. Exposure • Consistently applies psychological principles in his/her everyday decision-making and interactions with others, in the news, and in organizations s/he comes into contact with such as schools, workplaces, and places of worship and recreation. X 3 = Extensive • Provides comprehensive explanations that incorporate psychological principles, as well as, empirical data and best practices. Exposure • Demonstrates the ability to use psychological principles in solving problems, explaining social issues, and dealing with everyday life situations. Section 7: Interpersonal Effectiveness: Active Listening Communication Skills: Develops and improves positive relationship skills via effective communication, respect for others, appreciation of diversity and cultural sensitivity, and awareness of their impact on others.  0 = Limited • Demonstrates limited ability to apply active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish empathetic, Exposure collegial relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is not appreciative of diversity and culture. • Demonstrates limited awareness of the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity. • Demonstrates limited openness to feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Demonstrates limited awareness of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Demonstrates limited ability to utilize effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change.
  • 6.  1 = Moderate • Demonstrates awareness of the importance of active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish Exposure empathetic, collegial relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is appreciative of diversity and culture. • Demonstrates awareness of the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity. • Is open to receiving feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Demonstrates awareness of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Utilizes some effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change.  2= • Able to apply some active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish empathetic, collegial Significant relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is appreciative of diversity and culture. Exposure • Able to analyze the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity. • Able to accept and utilize feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Actively demonstrates an understanding of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Demonstrates utilization of effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change. X 3 = Extensive • Able to consistently and effectively apply active listening communication skills in interpersonal and organizational scenarios to establish Exposure empathetic, collegial relationships that facilitate consensus building in working toward common goals and is appreciative of diversity and culture. • Able to consistently analyze the importance of effective nonverbal communication skills in developing strong interpersonal and organizational relationships that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity. • Actively solicits and utilizes feedback to develop adaptable strategies of facilitating dynamic interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Consistently & actively demonstrates an understanding of the impact of technological advances on communication within interpersonal and organizational relationships. • Consistently demonstrates strong utilization of effective communication and relationship skills in order to promote the growth of others and effect change.