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Collaboration / Global Citizenship Teaching & Learning

Library resources and online tools to support your course with HP Collaboration or Global Citizenship learning outcomes.

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Hamline Plan Learning Outcomes
Collaboration (C) Global Citizenship (G)

Upon completion of a course focused intentionally on Collaboration, students will be able to:

 
  1. Articulate the approaches, benefits, and barriers to collaboration.
  2. Evaluate how individual differences can impact collaboration and the functioning of a group.
  3. Provide constructive contributions to group and collaborative tasks.

Upon completion of a course focused intentionally on Global Citizenship, students will be able to:

  1. Provide illustrations of the complex, interdependent, or overlapping global systems and their legacies.
  2. Analyze, evaluate, and apply knowledge to global issues.      
  3. Use various modes of communication that cross linguistic or other global divides.
  4. Articulate one’s ethical, social, political, and/or environmental responsibilities as a local and global citizen.