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What is CHamoru/Chamorro

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The indigenous people of the Mariana Islands.
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Regionalism: Assessing Students' Academic Resilience Through Reading and Response Activities
Perry Jason Camacho Pangelinan (University of Guam, Guam), Royce Camacho (University of Guam, Guam), and Arline Leon Guerrero (University of Guam, Guam)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4036-7.ch014
This chapter examined work produced by students identified as CHamoru in order to assess learning outcomes in the first-year seminar course at UOG. As part of the first-year seminar course curriculum, students are tasked to compose a resiliency essay, partially in response to Blaz' Nihi Ta Hasso, Remembrances of the Occupation Years in World War II. This chapter examined 56 students' responses to a survey on a regional publication, resiliency theme-based, completed as a required course assignment. Learning outcomes were assessed using both a rubric, designed by UOG faculty, and identification of authentic evidence in the form of emerging ideas to support rubric scores.
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