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  1. Evaluating Our Assessment Program Spring 2004

  2. What is assessment? Assessment is the ongoing process of understanding and improving student learning.

  3. How do we assess students at PCCUA? • Instructor-created classroom assessment tools • Program-level assessment • Student Surveys • Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey • Graduation survey • Standardized testing • ASSET, COMPASS, CAAP, NCLAC

  4. To benchmark our progress To help create goals and action plans To compare perceptions held by different groups at PCCUA To provide data for our self-study Why are we evaluating our assessment program?

  5. How will we evaluate our assessment program?

  6. Levels of Implementation and Assessment Matrix (Evaluation Tool) • Created by Dr. Cecilia Lopez and the Higher Learning Commission (NCA) • Often used by NCA site-visit teams

  7. Three Levels of Progress • Level 1—Planning • Efforts are in their infancy, progressing slower than desired, or have stalled • Level 2—Emerging • Efforts reflect the institution’s values, and progress is being made to improve and build on these efforts. • Level 3—Maturing • Efforts are structured, systematic, ongoing, and sustainable.

  8. Levels of Progress: Scoring Information • Within each level, rate the degree of progress in that level: • Planning—1, 2, 3 • Emerging—4, 5, 6 • Maturing—7, 8, 9 • Provide only onescore per characteristic. • Faculty and Professional Staff will evaluate the assessment program as a whole – institution wide. • Faculty will also evaluate assessment within their division ( Deans will conduct the division evaluation)

  9. Let’s Begin. . .

  10. Institutional Culture: Values

  11. Institutional Culture: Mission

  12. Shared Responsibility: Faculty

  13. Shared Responsibility: Administration

  14. Shared Responsibility: Students

  15. Institutional Support: Resources

  16. Institutional Support: Structures

  17. Efficacy of Assessment

  18. Survey Says……. • Results from the Spring 2003 Survey were posted in the Assessment Newsletter and posted to the Assessment Web Page. The results established a benchmark for Evaluating the Assessment Program.

  19. Survey Says…….. • The results from this survey will provide additional data that will be added to the self-study and the Assessment Web Page.

  20. Thanks!