Hampshire College Instructor Objectives Report, page 2

11. Developing the ability to work collaboratively with others.




12. Developing skill in expressing ideas orally.

13. Developing skill in expression through art, music, media, writing, design, or performance.

14. Developing specific skills or competencies, such as artistic techniques, production methods, laboratory methods, quantitative techniques, computer applications, or fieldwork methods.

15. Gaining an understanding of the relevance of the subject matter to real-world issues.

16. Gaining an understanding of the historical and social context in which the subject has developed.

17. Gaining an understanding of different views and perspectives on the subject.

18. Discovering the implications of the course material for understanding myself (interests, talents, preconceptions, values, etc.).

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