Student Learning Outcomes
1. Identifying the major features of foundational American history and World history, and using the past to understand contemporary issues.
2. Understanding a range of historiographic approaches.
3. Demonstrating competency in analyzing and evaluating secondary sources.
4. Demonstrating competency in locating, contextualizing, and analyzing primary sources.
5. Applying skills (I-IV) to ask historical questions and create evidence-based written arguments (synthesizing historical events).
6. Valuing self-directed learning.