AbstractPrevious scholarship has demonstrated the value of high-impact practices of community engagement, inquiry-based pedagogy, and collaborative learning for engagement and learning in sociology courses, especially undergraduate research methods and statistics. This article explores the changes made to an upper-division undergraduate course focused on applied...
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- Teaching and Learning in Sociology
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Learning Goals and Assessments
- Increase literacy and ability in conducting applied sociological research.
- Increasing confidence and engagement with methods and statistics.
- Work effectively as a team.
- Assessment of projects
- Course evaluations