Assessment – Public Deliberation

Part 1.

1. Letter to the editor – Expressing knowledge of specific public policy issues.

2. Position paper for entry to professional school – Evaluate a scholarly article for content that might be useful for a public deliberation.

3. Poster for peer session – Students will frame three approaches to a particular public policy issue.

4. Paper and pencil test – Identify and describe the advantages and disadvantages of six deliberative methods.

Part 2.

Poster session – Students will create posters with a narrative description of three approaches to a public policy issue, advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and a list of discussion questions for a deliberative dialogue on each issue.

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About greggkaufman

I am a retired ELCA pastor and college professor. I am a Kettering Foundation research associate with an interest in deliberative democracy and the relationship of religion and civic life in America.
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