Jesuit Heritage: Issues In Social Justice (ISJ)
Demonstrate an integrative knowledge of the human and natural worlds
- Acquire knowledge about the human experience. Included herein may be how the natural world has shaped the human experience, particularly as it applies to issues of social justice.*
Develop habits of critical analysis and aesthetic appreciation
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze multiple forms of expression such as oral, written, digital, or visual.*
- Demonstrate the ability to think critically about a real-world problem or intellectual question (critical thinking includes identifying and describing the fundamental elements of a problem/question, and the ability to interpret relevant data).*
Understand and promote social justice
- Communicate understanding of and respect for differences between individuals and across cultures.
- Understand the historical/structural conditions that have given rise to injustice.
- Recognize an injustice and articulates the consequence of that injustice.
ISJ Outcomes & Assessment Rubric
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