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To make the text fit better in the cells of an imported table, right-click on the table, click FORMAT SHAPE then click on TEXT BOX and change the INTERNAL MARGIN values to 0.25 Modifying the color scheme To change the color scheme of this template go to the “Design” menu and click on “Colors”. You can choose from the provide color combinations or you can create your own. © 2011 PosterPresentations.com 2117 Fourth Street, Unit C Berkeley CA Student discounts are available on our Facebook page. Go to PosterPresentations.com and click on the FB icon. Visualizing the Criminal Justice System The Criminal Justice System is interwoven in three major branches – police, courts, corrections. There are also 13 major steps that guide the overall Criminal Justice process. My research question inquires: what are implications that a visual model of the Criminal Justice System will enable students to better connect the inclusive criminal justice system as a whole? Research Question Thomas Horejes, Ph.D. Faculty Learning Community (FLC) & Gallaudet Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Initiative (GSTLI) Objectives Method for Assessment A mixed-methods evaluation will be completed by students towards the end of the semester to address the objective; namely, how well the 13- steps and the three branches were incorporated throughout the course. Some questions include: 1) Were the 13-steps of the Criminal Justice System and its connections clear? Are you able to identify the 13-steps? If so, please summarize them here. 2) Were the three parts of the Criminal Justice System clear? Are you able to identify each of the three parts of the CJ system? If so, please summarize them. 3) Are you able to apply knowledge about the Criminal Justice System, its three branches, and the 13-steps to better understand our society? The first two questions addresses SLO #2 Critical Thinking For this course, I inquire: are students able to incorporate the interconnectedness of these 13- steps and its function toward one of the branches of Criminal Justice system as a whole? The Last question addresses SLO #4: Knowledge & Inquiry For this course, I inquire: are students able to understand the ways that the CJ System contributes toward our society as a whole? Results will be used to compare from Department assessment data and prior student evaluations not utilizing this modified approach. The teaching approach for this course will visually model the three branches and 13 steps as an interrelated learning corpus of the criminal justice system. By doing so, an actual and recent criminal case will be showcased and involve all branches and most (if not all) of the steps. Students will use the criminal case as a core visual and gravitating mechanism to explore ways that the police, courts, corrections as well as its steps play a critical and interrelated function of the criminal justice system. This modified teaching approach is an attempted departure from the lecture-based and two- dimensional approach that incorporated these branches and 13-steps as isolated data sets. Rather, by using one criminal case as a gravitating tool, the objective of this project is to examine the ways that this modified approach would emerge as a multi-layered learning and interactive approach on understanding the criminal justice system. Lastly, this project will be used to assess the ways that this visual approach accomplishes SLO #2 Critical Thinking and SLO #4 Knowledge & Inquiry. SOCIETY SOCIETY CRIME CRIME Criminal Justice (an actual criminal case) Police 1. Investigation 2. Arrest 3. Booking Courts 4. Charging 5. Initial Appearance 6. Grand Jury7. Indictment8. Arraignment9. Trial10. Sentencing11. Appeal Corrections 12. Corrections 13. Release ? ?
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