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Student Outcomes Committee

MCC's 4 Cs iSLOs

Civic Engagement SLOs

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

Definition:

Civic Engagement encompasses actions to promote the quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes.

1. INCLUSIVENESS: Demonstrate an ability to engage respectfully with others in a diverse society.

2. APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge from one's own study  and experiences to active and ethical participation in civic life.

3. DEMONSTRATION OF CIVIC IDENTITY AND COMMITMENT: Provide evidence of experience in and reflection on civic engagement activities.

4. CIVIC COMMUNICATION: Communicate and listen to others in order to establish personal and professional relationships to further civic action.

5. ENGAGEMENT IN CIVIC ACTION AND REFLECTION: Demonstrate the ability to deliberate and collaborate on issues and problems to achieve a civic aim.

 

Follow the link below to view the Civic Engagement Scoring Guidelines:

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT SCORING GUIDELINES

Have Questions about Civic Engagement?

Need help interpreting the criteria for Civic Engagement or aligning your assignments to the Civic Engagement Scoring Guidelines?

Contact:

Duane Oakes  duane.oakes@mesacc.edu

Diana Bullen  diana.bullen@mesacc.edu

 

Notes...

Civic Engagement incorporates the following outcomes:

  • Previous outcomes for Work Place Skills
  • Ethics and Responsibility

Team Leads:

Brian Dille

Duane Oakes

Debi Campbell