AbstractDuring the Spring semester of 2020 as news of Covid-19 spread across the U.S., most university professors were faced with the daunting task of abruptly halting in-person pedagogies and shifting to various online instruction platforms. Rather than moving forward as if it were a normal semester, some instructors revised their syllabi, set up course...
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Usage NotesMost students were excited about the opportunity to write this paper. In fact, student feedback included some who suggested that they found this alternative paper “very interesting to write and reflect on” and others who thanked me for the creating space for them to process their initial Covid-19 experiences. As an instructor, I strategically chose not to...
Learning Goals and Assessments
- Students will be able to articulate how criminological phenomena can change during a global health crisis.
- Students will be able to apply relevant theoretical frameworks to noted criminological changes during Covid-19.
- Students will be able to critically reflect on how one concept in the course helped them to better understand their lived experiences during the pandemic.
- The first learning goal was assessed via the first prompt (first three pages) of a submitted paper.
- The second learning goal was assessed via the second prompt (next two pages) of a submitted paper.
- The third learning goal was assessed via the third prompt (last page) of a submitted paper.