Curriculum Map Example – Psychology by xiuliliaofz

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									CUW Psychology Curriculum Map 2010                        PSY 101       PSY 201       PSY 203/Soc 203    PSY 205      PSY 221     PSY 222     PSY 223    PSY 230    PSY 245     PSY 310      PSY 312    PSY 315   PSY 331    PSY 354    PSY 360    PSY 425     PSY 450     PSY 451        PSY 460       PSY 490   PSY 491
                                                          General     Interpersonal   Contemporary       Theories      Child     Adolescent    Adult     Lifespan   Research   Theories of   Marriage   Social    Criminal   Gender &   Psy. &     Abnormal     Psy.      Theories of    Principles     Senior    Readings
                                                         Psychology      Comm.        Social Problems   of Learning   Develop.    Develop.    Develop.   Develop.   Methods    Personality   & Family    Psy.      Psy.       Comm.     Religion     Psy.     Practicum   Persuasion    of Counseling   Seminar
BLOOMS


Remembering: Recall, Repeat, Reproduce



Understanding: Identify, Locate, Report, Translate


Applying: Choose, Demonstrate, Illustrate, Interupt,
Solve


Analyzing: Compare, Contrast, Examine, Question,
Test



Evaluating: Appraise, Argue, Defend, Support, Value



Creating: Assemble, Design, Formulate, Write, Create
PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Knowledge: Demonstrate familiarity with concepts,
theorectical findings and historical trends in
Psychology

Research: Understand and apply basic research
methods; including design, data analysis and
interpretation

Critical Thinking: Respect and use critical and
creative thinking, inquiry, alternative perspective
and scientific approach to problem solving
Application: Understand and apply major
Psychological principles to personal, social,
occupational and organizational issues.

Values: Weigh evidence, tolearte ambiguity, act
ethically. Demonstrate awareness of and sensitivty
to human diversity. Reflect values consistent with
CUW mission and APA code of ethics.
DELIVERY OF CONTENT

Level 1: Introduces-learning activities focus on basic
knowledge, skills and/or competencies

Level 2: Emphasizes- learning activities focus on
enhancing knowledge and skills while expanding
complexity

Level 3: Reinforces- learning activities focus on
demonstration of strong foundational knowledge
and skills


Level 4: Applies- learning activities focus on
application of knowledge through use of content.
EVALUATION OF STUDENT
LEARNING


Testing



Written Work



Oral Presentation



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Research

								
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