August 25, 2011.
The development of these materials were made possible in part by a collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF DUE#1004410, DUE#0717428, DUE#0717556). These suites were developed by Jane Qiong Zhang and Linda Vanasupa in association with Julie Zimmerman and James Mihelcic.
Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/mate_fac/119
Introduction to the Sustainability Learning Suites http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/mate_fac/139
Using the Sustainability Learning Suites http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/mate_fac/140
The document contains activities for students in higher education. These activities are focused on population issues related to sustainability. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. Each activity includes a profile that indicates whether the activity involves direct or indirect information sources, whether the experience is doing or observing and whether it involves individual or group reflection. The profile also includes notes for faculty, an estimate of the time investment, a graphic of the developmental aims with respect to the six areas of development within the Fink Taxonomy, and a suggested grading rubric.
Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Materials Science and Engineering
2011 Jane Qiong Zhang and Linda Vanasupa
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