Summit 400 is the final course in the Agnes Scott Summit curriculum. The learning outcomes include:
- Identify, explain, and analyze global themes, processes and systems.
- Demonstrate knowledge and skills essential for global engagement.
- Critically examine the relationship between dominant and marginalized cultures, subcultures or group.
- Communicate effectively through writing and speaking, especially across cultural or linguistic differences.
- Recognize, analyze and evaluate arguments.
- Articulate and appraise problems and solutions from multiple perspectives, critically considering diverse sources of information.
- Recognize, analyze, and employ effective teamwork.
- Identity and assess one’s values, interests and abilities.
- Practice or interpret creative expression or probe fundamental questions of value and meaning.
- Interpret quantitative information or demonstrate the methods of inquiry appropriate for investigating the natural world.
- Analyze human behavior or social relations.
From this page, you can navigate to see all the fun things I’ve done and learned this semester and throughout all four years at Agnes through Summit.
You can go check out my reflection on my SGA experience and how I used SLOs 3, 6, and 7 to solve the problem of accessibility for the Deaf on campus– even if it didn’t go so well. You can read about how I used SLOs 1, 2, and 3 while researching Deaf culture in France, and how that research led to SLO 8 and my application to the Fulbright. And you can see how I used SLOs 4, 9, and 11 during my time as a tutor at the CWS.
Click around, have some fun!