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How do scholars view the world ? K ay Sagmiller , Director Center for Teaching and Learning Oregon State University. Which perspective do you prefer?. The 3 Perspectives of General Education. Social Sciences: Why do individuals and groups of people behave as they do?

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Which perspective do you prefer

How do scholars view the world?Kay Sagmiller, DirectorCenter for Teaching and LearningOregon State University

Which perspective do you prefer?


The 3 perspectives of general education

The 3 Perspectives of General Education

Social Sciences: Why do individuals and groups of people behave as they do?

The Sciences: What forces create and influence the natural world?

The Arts and Humanities: Why do we exist?


Why are you who you are today

Why are you…who you are today?


Ask the social sciences

Ask the Social Sciences

Anthropology

Psychology

Education

Economics

Political Science

History

Gender and Women’s studies

Criminology and Criminal Justice

Business

Health and Physical Education


In what way does where you grow up influence who you are

In what way does where you grow up influence who you are?


Where do you belong

Where do you belong?


Whose history was told

Whose history was told?


Whose history was not told

Whose history was not told?


How will your history shift who you are

How will your history shift who you are?


Why are you who you are today1

Why are you…who you are today?


Ask the sciences

Ask the Sciences

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

  • Physics

  • Environmental Studies: Geology, Geography

  • Computer Science


Was it genetics

Was it genetics?


Was it chance

Was it chance?


What data can be trusted

What data can be trusted?


Why are certain patterns repeated in the natural world

Why are certain patterns repeated in the natural world?


What discoveries resulted from a scientists mistake

What discoveries resulted from a scientists’ mistake?


What problems can science solve

What problems can science solve?


What problems have science and technology caused

What problems have science and technology caused?


Why are you who you are today2

Why are you…who you are today?


Ask the arts and humanities

Ask the Arts and Humanities

  • Art

  • Philosophy

  • Literature

  • Writing... Writing... Writing...Writing

  • Communication

  • Foreign Languages

  • Theatre Arts

  • Music


Were you divinely inspired to be who you are

Were you divinely inspired to be who you are?


How do you communicate who you are

How do you communicate who you are?


What does the music i listen to say about me

What does the music I listen to, say about me?


Why do people create

Why do people create?


What is a good life

What is a good life?


What makes a book worth reading

What makes a book worth reading?


What stories are universal

What stories are universal?


Our bacc core

Our Bacc Core…

  • Helps us form critical questions

  • Provides insights to difficult and complex problems

  • Enables multiple perspectives

  • Invites empathy for others

  • Illustrates the connections between people, ideas, and places

  • Invigorates and sustains our democracy


You learn as you

You learn…as you…

  • Read

  • Discuss

  • Write

  • Contemplate

  • Solve problems

  • Collaborate

  • Innovate


Who will you become

Who will you become?

  • An artist who paints endangered species?

  • A criminologist who writes murder mysteries?

  • A biologist who creates mosaics representing flora and fauna?

  • A business person who volunteers at a women’s shelter?


The sciences

The Sciences

Social Sciences

Arts and Humanities


Place shapes people

Place shapes people.


How does our past influence our present

How does our past influence our present?


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