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INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this questionnaire is to provide teachers an opportunity to provide feedback on the Philosophy A-T-M course.

You may provide feedback on the following:
• course rationale
• course goals
• unit description
• specific unit goals
• content
• content descriptions
• electives

Each section of the questionnaire requires responses on a rating scale to key statements with an opportunity to include comments that focus on suggestions for improvement.

RATIONALE
The rationale provides clarity about the subject’s broad scope, distinctive nature and importance.

* 2. GOALS
The goals comprehensively describe the intended learning as a result of studying the subject.

* 3. Unit 1: Ethics
The unit  description clearly describes the focus and scope for this unit.

* 4. Unit 1: Ethics
The unit goals are appropriate.

* 5. Unit 1: Ethics
The content descriptions are specific about what is to be taught.

* 6. Unit 2: Epistemology 
The unit description clearly describes the focus and scope for this unit.

* 7. Unit 2: Epistemology
The unit goals are appropriate.

* 8. Unit 2:  Epistemology
The content descriptions are specific about what is to be taught.

* 9. Unit 3: Metaphysics 
The unit description clearly describes the focus and scope for this unit.

* 10. Unit 3: Metaphysics 
The unit goals are appropriate.

* 11. Unit 3: Metaphysics 
The content descriptions are specific about what is to be taught.

* 12. Unit 4: Philosophy of Language
The unit description clearly describes the focus and scope for this unit?

* 13. Unit 4: Philosophy of Language
The unit contains relevant and appropriate content (knowledge, understanding and skills).

* 14. Unit 4: Philosophy of Language
The unit goals are appropriate.

* 15. Unit 4: Philosophy of Language
The content descriptions are specific about what is to be taught.

* 16. Unit 5: Negotiated Study
Unit 5 description is clear and concise.

* 17. Unit 5: Negotiated Study
Unit 5 specific unit goals are appropriate.

* 18. Unit 5: Negotiated Study
Unit 5 content descriptors are appropriate for an independent study.

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