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Proposed Core Literacies for Rowan University Graduates. General Education Tactical Team February/March 2011 . Members:. Janet Moore Lindman, History, co-chair James Newell, Associate Provost, co-chair Bryan Appleby-Wineberg, Music Jay Chaskes, Sociology, Exploratory Studies
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General Education Tactical Team
Janet Moore Lindman, History, co-chair
James Newell, Associate Provost, co-chair
Bryan Appleby-Wineberg, Music
Jay Chaskes, Sociology, Exploratory Studies
Roberta Harvey, Writing Arts, Provost Fellow
David Klassen, Physics/Astronomy
Mira Lalovic-Hand, Associate Provost, Institutional Effectiveness
Rory McElwee, Psychology, Rowan Seminar
Cindy Vitto, Associate Dean, CLAS
Rihab Ezzat Saadeddine, graduate student
Joseph Perella, undergraduate student
“A well-crafted and distinctive GE could be the bedrock of a Rowan education. Rowan’s carefully crafted effort may no longer fit the needs of its students. Both the GE curriculum and its assessment might benefit from a thorough reconsideration and possible update.”
–Middle States Report, 2009
Social and Behavioral Sciences Bank:
1. Students will demonstrate an understanding of major concepts, theories, and methods in one or more of the social and behavioral sciences
2. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the development of human society as it relates to culture, geography, and language in the context of an emerging interdependent, global community
3. Students will demonstrate an ability to apply basic methodologies used in the measurement of social and behavioral science.
How many students take a constellation of courses that actually address these goals comprehensively? How would we know if they have met this goal?
A Re-Formed View of Undergraduate Education:
Our values for what every Rowan student should be like at graduation (knowledge, dispositions, skills)
Distinct from, and supportive of, the values that each College and Program has for its students
Gives more flexibility to Colleges and Programs to specify learning outcomes for their own students