Meanings and Metrics (Inside Higher Ed)

Bates’ David Scobey: “Humanities learning is iterative, cumulative, integrative, and open-ended … What is distinctive to the humanities, I would argue, is that these qualities nurture the student’s capacity for meaning-making and reflection; and that meaning-making and reflection, in turn, nurture the student’s capacity for self-making and engagement (ethical, civic, vocational) in the world.”

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