Seattle Central students will achieve personal and professional goals in diverse and multicultural settings because they are able to:
Analyze, create, and reflect to address and appreciate challenges and opportunities.
- Gather, interpret, and evaluate information
- Identify problems and issues
- Formulate hypothesis
- Generate and implement creative strategies
- Create and appreciate aesthetic work
- Evaluate their thinking process
Work effectively with others to learn, complete tasks, and pursue common goals.
- Identify problems and create action plans
- Apply understanding and knowledge of group process
- Pursue and critically evaluate different social and cultural perspectives
- Manage conflict productively
- Engage in community and civic life
Exchange ideas and information through intentional listening, speaking, signing, reading, writing, or presenting.
- Determine the purpose and context for communicating
- Organize and present information purposefully
- Seek feedback and revise to enhance effectiveness
- Attend to conventions of communication to minimize barriers
- Consider perspectives, experiences, and cultural differences to develop understanding
Apply knowledge and skills to solve problems.
- Select and use theoretical models, quantitative and qualitative techniques, information sources, and technology tools
- Identify and solve problems using logical strategies and evaluate results
- Gather data from various reliable sources and assess the validity and relevancy
- Critically evaluate solutions using research–based evidence
- Use technology and apply to a wide range of practices, fields, and industries
Self–evaluate and act to improve knowledge and skills.
- Analyze own performance and revise to improve
- Transfer learning by applying it in other contexts
- Increase knowledge by identifying gaps and acting to fill them
- Seek mentors and share knowledge with others
- Provide and receive feedback