Evaluate the significance of human expression and experience in shaping larger social, cultural and historical contexts

WGS 201: Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies in the Arts and Humanities

Assessment for Fall 2018 Semester

KCTCS General Education Competency (LEAP):

  1. Knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural worlds through study in the sciences and mathematics, social sciences, humanities, histories, languages, and the arts.
  2. Integrative and applied learning, including synthesis and advanced accomplishment across general and specialized skills

Student Learning Outcome(s) (CPE):

  • Evaluate the significance of human expression and experience in shaping larger social, cultural and historical contexts
  • Evaluate enduring and contemporary issues of human experience

Specific Area competencies being measured:

#5 – Describe the intersection of their lives in a gendered society within the contexts of arts and humanities theoretical frameworks.

 #6 – Compare and contrast representations of gender in the arts and literature of America and other cultures.

 

 

The student demonstrates the ability to:

Exceptional

4

Strong

3

Acceptable

2

Weak

1

Unacceptable

0

Score /sum

 

identify issues (gender differences, gender oppression, and gender inequality) within the contexts of art & literature

 

compare/contrast representations of gender in America and other cultures

 

discuss how our  experiences shape society/culture/history
integrate and apply learning to his/her/their personal life (work, family, creative expression)

Goal: 85% of students will achieve an Acceptable or above.