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IMPACTT
About IMPACTT
Curriculum Design
Curriculum Philosophy
Curriculum Structure
Student Outcomes
Target Audiences
Major Projects
For Students
Creators of IMPACTT
Resources For Environmental Health Studies Digital Library

 

Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center

About SWEHSC

Community Outreach & Education

Environmental Health Science Educational Resources

 

 


IMPACTT
Student Outcomes
Curriculum Design

IMPACTT Students will:  
  Meet or exceed academic criteria including:
applying the scientific method to solve problems
expressing relationships in six different ways: writing, tables/data sharing, graphing, verbally, through equations, and through system dynamics models
functioning effectively in reading, writing, speaking, and listening making appropriate use of ideas, content, organization, voice, sentence fluency, word choice, and conventions in academic and non-academic settings
reflecting on past causes to understand the current effect
meeting state and national content standards
  Meet or exceed external criteria including:
high school graduation requirements
college admissions requirements
passing state and national standardized tests, including college entrance exams
  Master transferable and life skills including:
critically analyzing and successfully operating within a complex world
identifying knowledge gaps, articulating questions, and seeking answers through multiple sources
applying continually changing technology to work related tasks

 


IMPACTT   || COEP ||  SWEHSC   ||  Center for Toxicology  ||  University of Arizona  ||  TOP



coep-info@pharmacy.arizona.edu
Stefani Hines, Director: 520-626-3692
Marti Lindsey, Asst. Specialist: 520-626-7659
520-626-4468(FAX)

mailing address:
Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Room 244
PO Box 210207, Tucson, AZ, USA  85721-0207

 

NIEHS Center Program
The Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
is funded by NIEHS grant # ES06694


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