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This study explores student attitudes and learning before and after completing a course in race, culture and politics at an American university in California. Data were gathered over a three-year period from 365 students. Faculty utilized a Confluent Education framework that integrates cognitive, affective, and psychomotor dimensions of teaching and learning. Faculty used this framework to structure opportunities for students to study and discuss issues, and then, examine social settings for evidence to tie cognitive study with real world experiences.
Updated: Aug. 03, 2010