1.1 Course objectives are well defined and meaningfully align with the chosen course designation. HIP assignments are clearly linked to course objectives.
1.2 Syllabus offers meaningful HIP assignments that meet course designation criteria. HIP assignments constitute 30% or more of the graded coursework. (for you, @PirateQueen , this part is probably not-essential. We have some regulations we have to meet for some definitions in my state and accreditation region)
1.3 HIP assignment(s) delineate easily comprehensible assessment criteria that connect to student learning outcomes.
2.1 Structured assignments that allow students to articulate short- and long- term goals and to develop a personalized integrative-learning plan to meet those goals.
2.2 Opportunities to adapt and apply discipline-specific and/or transferrable skills, abilities, theories, or methodologies to solve difficult problems or explore complex issues.
2.3 Opportunities to connect core knowledge and skills of the course to real-world professional and civic contexts.
2.4 Student collaborations and/or interactions that include diverse experiences and/or perspectives.
2.5 Opportunities to communicate knowledge, skills, and qualifications to diverse audiences both within and beyond the university.
2.6 Structured reflection assignments that connect past experiences to ongoing professional and civic goals.
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I know my last visit to my grandpa on his deathbed was to find out how the whole Nazi werewolf thing turned out.