Social Action and Integrative Learning
School of Integrative Studies | College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Competencies

The School of Integrative Studies (SIS) at George Mason University is a leader in cultivating integrative and innovative learning. Now entering its second decade, the School of Integrative Studies has a long tradition of promoting integrative interdisciplinary education and connecting high impact practices to student learning. SIS is home to expert faculty who are well-versed in the scholarship of teaching and learning, inter-disciplinary and integrative pedagogies, civic learning and participatory democracy, social justice, partnership building, organizational culture, and assessment and evaluation of learning. Programs and initiatives offered through SAIL focus predominantly on the following SIS Competencies:

  • civic engagement
  • critical thinking
  • global awareness
  • group collaboration
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