Learning Goal Areas vs. “Subjects”

At MEC, we have “classes”  but we call them “rotations.” I guess we call them that because students rotate through different teachers (We call teachers “Advisors.”) REALLY, these rotations are more correctly described as workshops dedicated to particular skills. We don’t have traditional classes. We focus on skills at MEC and we label these skills as “Learning Goal Areas.” There are five main ones.

The Communication page has a description of this learning goal, the kinds of skills involved, and the kinds of topics and projects you can do to get CM credit.

For the same information for the other learning goals, visit the Social Reasoning, Empirical Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Personal Qualities pages.

Can’t find what you are looking for? Can’t find “ART” because you didn’t know it was a communication topic, for instance? Go back to the home page and in the center of the bottom footer, you will find categories and tags as well as a search box.


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