Missouri State University - West Plains

Global Awareness Rubric

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Definition of Global Awareness:  The students should have an understanding of their place in a global society with increasingly interconnected economic, political and cultural issues and problems; students must understand the complexities of the global community that will be their future.

Competency 1:
Did the student demonstrate an awareness of their role as a citizen of the world and the responsibilities they share in the common global future?
Thoroughly = 4Adequately = 3Minimally = 2Inadequately = 1Not Demonstrated = 0
         
Competency 2:
Did the student demonstrate an awareness of the connections between cultures through comparison of economic systems, political systems, cultural heritages, religions or ethnic backgrounds?
Thoroughly = 4Adequately = 3Minimally = 2Inadequately = 1Not Demonstrated = 0
         
Competency 3:
Did the student demonstrate an awareness of the historical legacies that have created the dynamics and persistent tensions of the world?
Thoroughly = 4Adequately = 3Minimally = 2Inadequately = 1Not Demonstrated = 0
         
Competency 4:
Did the student identify and analyze a specific global issue or problem, illustrating the social, economic, political, religious, public health or environmental differences that may affect their resolution?
Thoroughly = 4Adequately = 3Minimally = 2Inadequately = 1Not Demonstrated = 0
         
Competency 5:
Did the student demonstrate an awareness of the origins of international problems and the changing role of the United States in the world?
Thoroughly = 4Adequately = 3Minimally = 2Inadequately = 1Not Demonstrated = 0
         
Competency 6:
Did the student demonstrate an ability to examine a problem or issue in today's world or in a historical setting (from both Western and non-Western points of view)?
Thoroughly = 4Adequately = 3Minimally = 2Inadequately = 1Not Demonstrated = 0