Document Type

Poster

Publication Date

1-8-2020

Disciplines

Art and Design | History | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Abstract

The First Year Seminar lays out “Communication Fluency” as one of the General Education Outcomes, and specifically invites students to: Demonstrate critical and creative strategies for generating and sharing meaning. Each individual class crafts their own assignments to achieve this objective. We spotlight two example assignments that both foster communication fluency, one inspired by the fine arts that explores African Art and a second from the social sciences that explores global development projects. Additionally, we show how to replicate these two assignments with a few personal modifications for classes beyond the traditional campus, at the Indiana Women’s Prison.

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