DSPS S Strategies for Problem Solving (2)
Credit, Non-Degree Applicable
Practical application of analytical and creative problem-solving process strategies (goal setting, learning styles, decision-making, etc.) designed for students with learning disabilities, but open to others. Reinforces student accountability. Major assignments, quiz, and final project are comprehensive, subjective, interactive, and conceptually-based rather than based on retention of facts.
Offered on occasion
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Formulate, execute, and evaluate academic and personal action plans and short term goals.
- Outcome 2: Identify a problem/challenge and analyze it in terms of desired or undesired effects and causes and/or solutions
- Outcome 3: Identify and differentiate individual multisensory learning styles and apply corresponding strategy options
- Outcome 4: Express ideas and personal reflections, and communicate constructive feedback in interactions with classroom peers and instructor