University Studies is excited to co-host the Year of Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking!
Join us on Tuesday, 15 March, for a Critical Thinking pedagogy workshop:
Ever wondered how others integrate critical thinking into specific student assignments? The Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking initiative will host a roundtable discussion/workshop on Integrating Critical Thinking: Assignments that Work. Panelist will share their successful assignments that address critical thinking as a student learning outcome.
We'll meet in the CTE conference room at 12:30. Refreshments served!
Begin Your Journey of Learning!
The University Studies general education program at UNCW encourages students to begin a life-long journey of engaged inquiry and societal contribution. As a consciously integrated component of each student's overall undergraduate educational experience, the program reflects our institution's fundamental commitment to fostering ethical and intellectual development and to promoting the growth of well-informed, creative, literate members of society. All University Studies components align with UNCW's Eight Learning Goals.
The University Studies program first establishes the basis of an essential liberal education through a multi-faceted exploration of our diverse intellectual heritage. As it extends through each student's educational career, the University Studies program builds upon this foundation through a course of study designed to cultivate the skills and capacities students require to respond to and anticipate the complexities of modern citizenship in an inclusive and creative manner.