Global Learning Outcome #1: Christian Faith – Our graduates are grounded in the Christian faith while also recognizing other major worldviews and how they differ from a Christian understanding of the world.
See how Concordia Faculty embed Christian Faith in course work, organized in the following categories:
- Knowledge of Bible content: link to activities
- Bible knowledge/Christian Faith applied to contemporary, organizational, or professional situations or problems: link to activities
- Understanding how Christian Faith informs exploration of one’s vocation or applying Christian Faith to personal and vocational contexts: link to activities
- Recognition of other major worldviews and how they differ from a Christian understanding of the world: link to activities
More about the Global Learning Outcomes here: link
Information you may want to include in your syllabus if using Zoom for occasional use for instructional hours:
Advance Notice: Contact the instructor at least one week in advance of the particular session to request approval to participate remotely through Zoom.
Attendance: If the student is able to fully participate and interact with students and the instructor, the instructor may mark the student in “attendance.” However, if the instructor records any class sessions and make them available to students, watching a video of a session does not constitute “attendance” as defined by the university.
Recording of Class Sessions: Students should be aware that the instructor may determine a need to record a class session using videoconference software. The instructor will announce verbally that a recording is being made at the beginning of any recording.
Videoconferencing allows accessibility for all students as a universal design and might be used in the Concordia “classroom” to address individuals with documented need for accommodations. As with all accommodations, the Director of Accessibility
Services will set this up with the instructor and the student. Zoom enables FERP A/HIP AA compliance and provides end-to-end 256-bit encryption. Accessibility for Zoom is maintained by Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (https://zoom.us), not Concordia University. Specific information about accessibility is provided by Zoom within the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) Statement, available here: Zoom and Accessibility.