Outcomes-based, interactive courseware that can be adopted as is or modified and customized to reflect course or program objectives. Includes authoritative content, frequent formative practice, adaptive practice, and summative assessments.
Outlines the key information students need for a solid understanding of the foundation of American Government both historically and functionally. How the American democracy took shape, and its ongoing evolution are explained.
Educational Research Methods
Learn research methods and strategies used in education and related fields including qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods inquiry and action research
Develop most critical language skills that apply across all disciplines: strong writing and careful reading skills, the writing process, and stylistic and mechanics techniques.
Introduction to Human Communication
Learn how to effectively communicate in a variety of channels, from public speaking and presentations, to interpersonal relationships and team communications.
Introduction to Philosophy
Learn the methods and components of logic and critical analysis. Tackle the problem of evil, the existence of God, the soul, science ethics, free will, morality and utilitarianism, human rights and the meaning of life.
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