This resource offers an approach to reading and writing artist’s statements with particular attention paid to students’ individual goals and techniques as well as their attitudes towards the art world and current events.
This assignment invites students to design their own project–applying ideas learned in General Chemistry to their own interests and experiences.
This assignment, from the first course in Ashesi University’s Leadership Series, focuses on inviting students to apply the leadership concepts they learned to a case study in order to analyze a real life problem in Africa and to create potential solutions to address these complex challenges.
This assignment was designed to offer students the opportunity to analyze and present macroeconomic concepts, through a written report and oral presentation, in relation to their different disciplines and the current situation in Palestine.
This mini-project invites students to choose a work of popular culture of interest to them and then analyze the psychological issues and themes present in it.
This assignment blends oral history and performance, inviting students to conduct interviews and then translate those conversations into a short script that is staged and performed.
This assignment offers a way to integrate speeches and research presentations as a way for students to share their work with one another and gain experience in both written and oral communication methods.
This resource offers an approach to encourage students to develop a habit of reflection through the use of short weekly video reflections that are shared online.
This resource shares information about a Visual Contest that invited students across the network to explore how images might help to address the following question: How does freedom of expression change during a pandemic?
This assignment, given in the context of a Social Psychology course, introduces key concepts on the cognitive and emotional roots of prejudice as a setup to a three-class unit, and gives students the opportunities to analyze and integrate information in reading, lecture and video formats, to consider the benefits and limits of different methodologies, and to apply course content to novel situations.