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SLO Writing Analysis Reports Workshop. Devon Atchison, SLO Coordinator Thursday, January 22, 1-2:30 am Room 376 **DON’T FORGET TO SIGN IN ON THE SIGN-IN SHEET IN THE BACK!!**. SLO Assessment Analysis Workshop Agenda. Why we’re collecting analysis data/reports and what we’re doing with it

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SLO Writing Analysis Reports Workshop

Devon Atchison, SLO Coordinator

Thursday, January 22, 1-2:30 am

Room 376

**DON’T FORGET TO SIGN IN ON THE SIGN-IN SHEET IN THE BACK!!**


SLO Assessment Analysis Workshop Agenda

  • Why we’re collecting analysis data/reports and what we’re doing with it

  • Looking at forms for reporting assessment, analysis and continuous improvement

  • Discuss how to “close the loop”: talking about assessment data and using that data for continuous improvement


ACCJC Rubric for Evaluating Institutional Effectiveness


Why we’re collecting data and what we’re doing with it

  • Need to demonstrate to ACCJC/WASC that we are moving into Stages 3 and 4 (Proficiency and Sustainable Continuous Quality Improvement)

    • Over the next 6 years, your department will be conducting assessments of EVERY SLO for EVERY Course you offer at least once in the 6-year cycle.

  • REPORTING TEMPLATES TO DOCUMENT PROGRESS TO ACCJC/WASC

    • Assessment Study Plan

    • Assessment Analysis Report


Why we’re collecting data and what we’re doing with it

**These reports are being collected to demonstrate compliance, not to evaluate individual instructor performance/department performance. The results are solely to IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING!**


Assessment Study Plan

  • Should be filled out at the start of the semester that the assessment will be conducted.

    • EVERY department will be turning in at least ONE Assessment Study Plan to Devon by MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH via email.

      • Did you do an assessment in Fall 2008 but no Assessment Study Plan?

        • Fill one out now and turn in to Devon ASAP

    • NOTES on the Assessment Study Plans

      • First Time?: Don’t worry about Benchmark

      • List of Instructors: include names of those who teach the course and who will be conducting the assessment (should be everyone who teaches the course!)

        Handout: Assessment Study Plan


Assessment Analysis Report

  • Should be filled out after your department has conducted the assessment and after your department has met to discuss the results and next steps

  • Form allows your department to demonstrate “closing the loop” and will help you make changes for next time the assessment is conducted

    • NOTES on the Assessment Analysis Reports

      • First Time?: Don’t worry about Benchmark

      • List of Instructors: include names of those who teach the course and who will be conducting the assessment (should be everyone who teaches the course!)

      • Attachments: Don’t forget to attach actual assessment tool

        Handout: Assessment Analysis Report


“Closing the Loop”: What does your department need to do this semester and beyond??

  • DURING THIS FLEX WEEK:

    • Discuss what course(s) you will be conducting Assessments in.

    • Discuss what SLO(s) you will be assessing in the course(s) you selected.

    • Design your Assessment Tool.

    • Design the Rubric you will use to grade your Assessment Tool.

    • Fill out the Assessment Study Plan and turn in to Devon by MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH via email.


“Closing the Loop”: What does your department need to do this semester and beyond??

  • DURING THIS SEMESTER:

    • Conduct the Assessment(s) in your selected class(es).

    • Each instructor will send their anonymous student data to the Department SLO Coordinator to compile data on Assessment Results.

    • Your department will schedule a meeting to take place (probably during the next Flex Week) where instructors can come together and analyze results.


“Closing the Loop”: What does your department need to do this semester and beyond??

  • DURING THE ASSESSMENT ANALYSIS MEETING:

    • Instructors should discuss and analyze what the data revealed about your students’ achievement of the outcome(s) you assessed. Questions to discuss:

      • Did students perform as well as we hoped? Why or why not? What can we do to help students better achieve this SLO?

      • Does our assessment study need to be changed in any way? Our rubric? If so, how?

      • Does our SLO need to be modified in any way (i.e. does our SLO say what we’re really interested in assessing?)

      • What do we recommend for the next time this assessment is conducted and when will we conduct this again?

    • The Department SLO Coordinator will fill out the Assessment Analysis Report and submit to Devon.


Conclusions…

  • Any Questions?

  • If you need help this week:

    • www.grossmont.edu/devonatchison

      • Forms, samples, etc.

    • SLO Rapid Response Team, Extension *7104

    • Devon: (619) 644-7477; devon.atchison@gcccd.edu


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