Student Handbook Learning Outcomes Learning outcomes are the lawyering skills that students are expected to obtain through the completion of a legal education. The curriculum at Concordia University School of Law has been designed to prepare students with the key skills and competencies needed to demonstrate these learning outcomes in the legal profession. Each graduating student will:
Critical Thinking System Statement: For all TAMU System universities, the rationale for assessing student learning outcomes SLOs originates primarily from efforts to maintain institutional effectiveness, which is defined as a process of identifying outcomes, assessing the extent to which they are achieved, and providing evidence of improvement based on their analysis.
Upon completion of their degree program, students will be able to demonstrate critical thinking, including the ability to explain issues; find, analyze, and select appropriate evidence; and construct a cogent argument that articulates conclusions and their consequences.
Students will be able to utilize, qualitative and quantitative reasoning as a base for problem solving. Generic Descriptions of Campus Assessment Results: Critical thinking was comprised of the following dimensions: Solve complex, real world problems: Recognize limitations of inferences and assumptions in science: Draw conclusions after weighing evidence: With respect to perceived importance of critical thinking among graduating students, there is a general recognition of the importance of the ability to think critical to their future success, particularly with respect to the ability to solve complex, real world problems, to weigh evidence, and to interpret quantitative data.
ACTION Results of the Senior Survey are made available to the deans and designees for their use in identifying noted strengths as well as potential areas for improvement.
With respect to critical thinking specifically, colleges such as the College of Liberal Arts and the College Agriculture and Life Sciences are focusing additional attention on the development of critical thinking among there students. The College of Liberal Arts significantly revised the college-wide Critical Thinking Seminars for entering students and honors students, based in part on the finding that their graduating students' responses were slightly lower than the total responses reported here.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has implemented a Critical Thinking Academy, a faculty development initiative focused on refining the use of intentional strategies for teaching critical thinking.
Both colleges, along with other colleges such as the College of Science, are implementing more direct measures of critical thinking as of AY in an effort to examine more closely students' critical thinking ability and to identify potential programmatic changes designed to enhance critical thinking among the graduates.Support a commitment to a continuous improvement model to advance student learning and institutional effectiveness Collaborate with programs, colleges, and divisions to ensure the university meets the required assessment standards for accreditation.
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Literature - Demonstrate analytic, interpretative and critical thinking skills with respect to literary texts from Latin America, Spain, the United States and other countries in which there is a literary production in Spanish. Students will apply critical thinking skills and analyses in written and oral presentations.
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The learning of critical thinking skills is explicit to the PBSM as linked to the process of planning, implementation and evaluation of curriculum in order to achieve these skills as part of the desired outcomes.
Institutional Learning Outcomes are the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes that students are expected to develop as a result of their overall experiences with any aspect of the college, including courses, programs, and student services.