Assignment 3- Demonstrating student learning outcomes

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Kelsey Jans BIO301 2/26/08 Professor Brum Assignment 3: Demonstrating Student Learning Outcomes At my first glance of BIO301, I expected that I would be taught the same curriculum that I learned in my high school health class. Instead of learning the basics of sexual education, BIO301 went below the surface and deeper into the subject enlightening me of things that I never knew. With BIO301, I have been made aware of all ten of the student learning outcomes that were presented at the beginning of the quarter. Of the ten student learning outcomes, the two which stood out to me the most were to “Value the biological foundations of human sexuality, particularly human anatomy and physiology”, and to “understand the epidemiology of STDs and AIDS, societal impacts, ethical issues and prevention”. The first student learning outcome that I internalized was to “Value the biological foundations of human sexuality, particularly human anatomy and physiology”. I believe that by learning about the biology, sexuality, anatomy and physiology of a human can help a person understand not only the biological aspects of every sexual function but the other qualities surrounding it as well. I gained a newfound appreciation for each sexual
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function. I never knew that the physiology of a human had such a big impact on sexual reproduction. I realized that it takes an enormous amount of work for each of the sexual
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