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[This chapter provides background on the book’s origins, the authors, and the scholarly conversations that inform the approach. We provide an overview of the typical needs in an introductory course in socially engaged disciplines, as well as characteristics of today’s students.]
[This chapter focuses on principles for crafting the course and makes the case for starting that process by intentionally and explicitly considering a range of possible learning outcomes.]
[This chapter builds on a consideration of learning outcomes by raising a number of issues related to choosing course materials and considering pedagogical activities that help students work toward the chosen learning outcomes.]
[This chapter introduces key terms from the literature of assessment, and provides strategies for designing and evaluating valid and reliable assessments of students’ learning in socially engaged fields.]
[This chapter presents sample syllabi, learning activities, and rubrics with annotations with accompanying rationales for each of the choices made in the assignment design. The materials are annotated within the context of the book’s themes to serve as examples.]
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