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Assessment Planning Workbook Palmer College of Chiropractic March 2005 Susan Hatfield SHatfield@winona.edu. CCE GOALS. Outcomes Students will……. 1. 1 . 2. 3. 4. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 3. 2. 3. 4. Outcomes Students will……. PALMER KEY ABILITIES. 1. 1 . 2. 3. 4. 2. 1.

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Assessment

Planning

Workbook

Palmer

College of

Chiropractic

March 2005

Susan Hatfield

SHatfield@winona.edu

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CCE GOALS

Outcomes

Students will……

1.

1.

2.

3.

4.

2.

1.

2.

3.

4.

1.

3.

2.

3.

4.

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Outcomes

Students will……

PALMER

KEY ABILITIES

1.

1.

2.

3.

4.

2.

1.

2.

3.

4.

1.

3.

2.

3.

4.

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Outcomes

Students will……

COURSE

SPECIFIC

GOALS

1.

1.

2.

3.

4.

2.

1.

2.

3.

4.

1.

3.

2.

3.

4.

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COMPREHENSION

EVALUATION

APPLICATION

SYNTHESIS

KNOWLEDGE

ANALYSIS

Associate

Classify

Compare

Compute

Contrast

Differentiate

Discuss

Distinguish

Estimate

Explain

Express

Extrapolate

Interpolate

Locate

Predict

Report

Restate

Review

Tell

Translate

Analyze

Appraise

Calculate

Categorize

Classify

Compare

Debate

Diagram

Differentiate

Distinguish

Examine

Experiment

Identify

Inspect

Inventory

Question

Separate

Summarize

Test

Arrange

Assemble

Collect

Compose

Construct

Create

Design

Formulate

Integrate

Manage

Organize

Plan

Prepare

Prescribe

ProducePropose

Specify

Synthesize

Write

Appraise

Assess

Choose

Compare

Criticize

Determine

Estimate

Evaluate

Grade

Judge

Measure

Rank

Rate

Recommend

Revise

Score

Select

Standardize

Test

Validate

Cite

Count

Define

Draw

Identify

List

Name

Point

Quote

Read

Recite

Record

Repeat

Select

State

Tabulate

Tell

Trace

Underline

Apply

Calculate

Classify

Demonstrate

Determine

Dramatize

Employ

Examine

Illustrate

Interpret

Locate

Operate

Order

Practice

Report

Restructure

Schedule

Sketch

Solve

Translate

Use

Write

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Organization, Structure

Level of understanding

Complexity of ideas

Support for ideas

Coherence of presentation

Knowledge of material

Awareness of audience

Mechanics: Writing, Language

Layout

Attitude

Responsiveness

Design

Clarity

Color

Visuals

Content

Writing Style

Function

Introduction

Transitions

Verbal Delivery

Nonverbal Delivery

Variety of Perspectives

Comparative points

Hypothesis

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Organization, Structure

Level of understanding

Complexity of ideas

Support for ideas

Coherence of presentation

Knowledge of material

Awareness of audience

Mechanics: Writing, Language

Layout

Attitude

Responsiveness

Design

Clarity

Color

Visuals

Content

Writing Style

Function

Introduction

Transitions

Verbal Delivery

Nonverbal Delivery

Variety of Perspectives

Comparative points

Hypothesis

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Organization, Structure

Level of understanding

Complexity of ideas

Support for ideas

Coherence of presentation

Knowledge of material

Awareness of audience

Mechanics: Writing, Language

Layout

Attitude

Responsiveness

Design

Clarity

Color

Visuals

Content

Writing Style

Function

Introduction

Transitions

Verbal Delivery

Nonverbal Delivery

Variety of Perspectives

Comparative points

Hypothesis

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Performance Criteria

outcome

component

Inappropriate - Appropriate

Incomplete - Complete

Indirect - Direct

Unprofessional - Professional

Poor - Average - High quality

Incorrect - Partially Correct - Correct

Vague - Emergent - Clear

Distant - Neutral - Engaging

Infrequent - Occasional - Frequent

Marginal - Acceptable - Exemplary

Distracting - Neutral - Enhancing

Usual - Unexpected - Imaginative / Unique

Ordinary - Interesting - Clever

Simple - More fully developed - Complex

Reports - Interprets - Analyzes

Basic - Expected - Advanced

Few - Some - Several - Many

Less than satisfactory - satisfactory - more than satisfactory -

outstanding

Isolated - Related - Connected - Integrated

Never - Infrequently - Usually - Always

Many - Some - Few - No errors

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Student learning

outcome:

Performance Characteristics:

Does not meet

Expectations

Meets

Expectations

Exceeds

Expectations

Components

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Student learning

outcome:

Performance Characteristics

Does not meet

Expectations

Meets

Expectations

Exceeds

Expectations

Components

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Student learning

outcome:

Performance Characteristics

Does not meet

Expectations

Meets

Expectations

Exceeds

Expectations

Components

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1. What we looked at

Goal:

Outcome:

2. How we measured

3. What we found

4. What it means

5. What we’re going todo about it

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1. What we looked at

Goal:

Outcome:

2. How we measured

3. What we found

4. What it means

5. What we’re going todo about it