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Learning Objectives Attainment Grid
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Communication and Problem Solving
 Use the expressive arts as a mode of inquiry or expression

Demonstrate leadership, negotiation, relational, and consensus skills

Use technological skills to access information, organize knowledge, and
communicate

Propose new solutions to current issues

Express arguments or main points clearly, in written and oral
communication

Transfer knowledge and values into sound decision-making

Historical, Cultural, and Global Awareness
 Communicate in a second language at the introductory college level

Analyze the impact of history, geography, and socio-cultural dynamics on
global interactions from a variety of disciplinary perspectives

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Achieved

Fully Achieved

How? Created a news broadcast to meet a final
project requirement.
When? American culture 1915-now, spring ’14.
How? Assuming captaincy of the Seton Hill
soccer team and delegating on numerous
occasions.
When? Seton Hill soccer, 2014-2017.
How? Using Ebsco host to search and obtain
relevant peer reviewed articles.
When? Various classes.
How? Identified that aniline has toxic
properties towards cells, which is a chemical
found in cigarette smoke.
When? Cell bio lab, fall ’16.
How? Oral presentations for the midterm and
final in Does God Exist class.
When? Does God Exist, spring ’15.
How? Using patient history in order to create
sound Patient diagnostic reports.
When? Medical microbiology lab, fall ’16.
How? Can communicate competently in
Spanish and a little Japanese
When? Spanish II or Elementary Japanese,
spring ’16 and spring ’14.
How? Using knowledge from my Islam
Cultures class in order to understand the
implications of contemporary politics.
When? Islam Cultures, spring ’14.

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Learning Objectives Attainment Grid

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Analyze current and historical events through the lens of spirituality and
faith

Assess privilege and oppression from the perspective of culture, race, class,
and gender

Multiple Modes of Inquiry
 Generate and analyze numerical and scientific data

Locate and analyze expressive media to gain information or comprehend
the significance of an issue or an event

Organize and manage resources in a creative way to achieve impact

Find, evaluate, and apply information

Interpret quantitative information to present a logical argument based on
supporting data

Self Reflection and Assessment
 Demonstrate ethical decision-making grounded in philosophical inquiry

How? Looking at the history of Islam and how
it is similar to that of Christianity and Judaism
and the religious significance today.
When? Islam Cultures, spring ’14.
How? Identifying the gender struggle on the
subject of sexual violence and victimization.
When? Senior seminar, J term ’17.
How? Any of the lab reports I submitted during
my time at Seton Hill from chemistry and
biology experiments.
When? Various classes.
How? Identify relevant articles from Ebsco
Host in order to write informative research
papers.
When? Various classes.
How? Making a news story in order to
demonstrate a small town mayor’s perspective
on Shale gas.
When? Organismal biology, fall ’15.
How? Information obtained from cells being
treated with aniline on behalf of our
independent research project.
When? Cell bio lab, fall ’16.
How? Using values obtained from experiments
in order to make insightful conclusions.
When? Various classes.
How? Engaging in ethical discussion and
coming to conclusions based on philosophical
principles.
When? Intro to Ethics, spring ’17.

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Learning Objectives Attainment Grid

Apply Catholic social teaching to the analysis of contemporary social issues

Recognize the value of diverse spiritual and religious perspectives

Integrate the practice of charity with the skill of justice

Exercise responsible freedom and civic engagement based on an informed
value system

How? Writing a paper on abortion with
relevance to a Catholic Social Teaching.
When? Faith, Religion and Society, fall ’13.
How? Being part of the social justice project
targeting sexual violence on college campuses.
When? Senior seminar, J term ’17.
How? I walked a Mile in Her Shoes for the
Blackburn Center.
When? Spring 2015 and 2016.
How? Went to the Mosque and wrote a paper of
reflection.
When? Islam Cultures, spring ’14.