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7 Steps to Assessment. A step by step approach to developing an assessment program using the Alverno assessment model. Agenda. Background Selecting a Teaching/Learning Situation (Mission) Context Outcomes/Objectives Generic Criteria Program applications

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7 steps to assessment

7 Steps to Assessment

A step by step approach to developing an assessment program using the Alverno assessment model.


Agenda

Agenda

  • Background

  • Selecting a Teaching/Learning Situation (Mission)

  • Context

  • Outcomes/Objectives

  • Generic Criteria

  • Program applications

  • Designing Assessments and judging performance

  • Feedback


Background

Background

  • The details from other modules

  • Application of information

  • Alverno


Step 1 mission vision

Step 1:Mission/Vision

  • Define who you are and what you hope to achieve.


Mission vision

Mission/Vision

  • What do we want to do?

  • Who will be served?

  • How?

  • Where do we expect to be in five years?

  • Ten?


Step 2 context

STEP 2: Context

  • Who are the students?

  • What level?

  • What types of programs?

  • What types of classes?


Context

Context

  • Identifying needs

    and

    responses


Step 3 a objectives

Step 3a: Objectives

  • What specific objectives—goals-- will allow you to meet your mission?


Step 3 b outcomes

Step 3b: Outcomes

  • Indicate what the desired outcome will be for each of the objectives you developed


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • Noting other components of outcomes


Outcomes1

Outcomes

  • Attention to the details


Step 4 generic criteria

Step 4: Generic Criteria

  • Exactly what do you want the program to provide?

  • What indicators (outcomes) show what has happened? Focus on more specific detail


Generic criteria

Generic Criteria

  • Plugging students into programs and defining program outcomes


Step 5 programmatic applications

Step 5: ProgrammaticApplications

  • Creating a learning experience—stimulus, response, practice


Programmatic applications

ProgrammaticApplications

  • Creating a learning experience—stimulus, response, practice


Step 6a designing assessments

Step 6a: Designing Assessments

  • Exactly how will you assess each of the outcomes, objectives and applications?


Designing assessments

Designing Assessments

  • Variables and spurious indicators

  • Specific Criteria


Step 6b judging performance

Step 6b: JudgingPerformance

  • Exactly how will you assess?


Judging performance

JudgingPerformance

  • All results have some value


Step 7 feedback and reports

Step 7: Feedback andReports

  • Provision for feedback

    • To whom will you report?

  • Provision for improvement

    • How will you use the feedback?

  • Evaluation of the assessment

    • Did the instrument work?

    • Did the instrument give an accurate view of what you hoped to assess?

    • How can it be made better?

    • How can it help you


Feedback and reports

Feedback andReports

  • There is value in knowing you are doing a good job.


Discussion board

Discussion Board

  • Please go to the Discussion board and respond to the prompt you will find for this module.

  • Thank you.


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