Communication: Express ideas and information in writing and speaking in a manner that
is clear and appropriate to the audience, and read and listen effectively.
- Students will communicate in complete sentences, demonstrating use of grammar, mechanics,
and word choice appropriate to context.
- Students will develop and express their ideas clearly and reasonably for a unified
- Students will demonstrate comprehension of a wide variety of materials.
- Students will use credible evidence to support arguments and conclusions.
- Students will document source information.
- Students will use a style of delivery that is effective in communicating their message.
Critical Thinking: Apply objective, valid methods of inquiry and problem-solving to
draw rational, ethical, and coherent conclusions.
- Students will identify and define primary problems or issues.
- Students will present relevant, accurate, and objective information and will draw
valid inferences from that information.
- Students will use techniques or processes appropriate to the subject to analyze and
- Students will propose and evaluate solutions based on the criteria of logic, evidence,
ethical principles, and coherence.
Interpersonal Relations: Interact effectively with individuals and/or within groups.
- Students will participate actively, demonstrating commitment to shared tasks.
- Students will cooperate with others.
- Students will use verbal and non-verbal skills appropriate for the context to enhance
Numeracy: Achieve competency with numbers and graphical skills to interpret and communicate
quantifiable information, and apply mathematical and statistical skills in practical
and abstract contexts.
- Students will analyze, interpret and draw valid inferences from graphical and numerical
- Students will use quantitative skills to arrive at a solution/conclusion.
- Students will use quantitative skills to assess the validity of a proposed solution/conclusion
- Students will communicate numerical and mathematical processes using appropriate symbols,
language and terminology.