Carteret Community College Title III Grant

Institutional LOs

Here is the list of ILOs that were the starting point for CCC’s ILO selection process. This list was emailed to the entire college. Staff and faculty were asked to vote for what they viewed as the five most important learning outcomes for students of CCC. Click here for survey results.

1. Act: Act purposefully, effectively, and responsibly.
2. Apply the principals and concepts of the Natural and Social Sciences
3. Communication: the ability to read, write, speak, listen, and use nonverbal skills effectively with different audiences.
4. Critical Thinking: the ability to think using analysis, synthesis, evaluation, problem solving, judgment, and the creative process.
5. Computer Literacy: Students will demonstrate proficiency in the use of electronic technology for acquiring, interpreting, evaluating, processing, synthesizing and communicating information to be utilized in making decisions and solving problems.
6. Cultural and Social Understanding: A culturally and socially competent person possesses an awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the interconnectedness of the social and cultural dimensions within and across local, regional, state, national, and global communities.
7. Value and demonstrate Environmental Stewardship through education and interaction with the environment as a “real life” learning lab.
8. Explore the Fine Arts & Humanities from cultural and historic perspectives.
9. Globalization: Recognize the importance of globalization in developing a broadened world view.
10. Information Literacy: A person who is competent in information literacy recognizes when information is needed and has the ability to locate, evaluate, and use it effectively.
11. Personal Growth and Responsibility: the ability to understand and manage self, to functional effectively in social and processional environments and to make reasoned judgments based on an understanding of the diversity of the world community.
12. Quantitative Reasoning: A person who is competent in quantitative reasoning possesses the skills and knowledge necessary to apply the use of logic, numbers, and mathematics to deal effectively with common problems and issues.
13. Research: Students will use appropriate research techniques to summarize, paraphrase, interpret and synthesize information from primary and secondary sources using standard research style.
14. Scientific Reasoning: A person who is competent in scientific reasoning adheres to a self-correcting system of inquiry (the scientific method) and relies on empirical evidence to describe, understand, predict, and control natural phenomena.
15. Value: Make reasoned judgments and responsible commitments.
16. Writing: Students will produce unified, coherent, well-developed written communication using standard written English.
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  2. […] Click here to download this file: illo-matrix-07-08 If you would like to learn a little about the process of actually selecting our 7 ILLOs, CLICK HERE. […]

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  3. The style of writing is very familiar . Did you write guest posts for other bloggers?

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  4. […] Click here to download this file: illo-matrix-07-08 If you would like to learn a little about the process of actually selecting our 7 ILLOs, CLICK HERE. […]

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