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SLOs and Assessment: Mapping the Route to the Lost Ark 2008 Curriculum Institute. Marcy Alancraig, Cabrillo College Janet Fulks, Bakersfield College Michael Heumann, ASCCC Curriculum Committee, Imperial Valley College. Breakout Description.

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slos and assessment mapping the route to the lost ark 2008 curriculum institute
SLOs and Assessment: Mapping the Route to the Lost Ark2008 Curriculum Institute
  • Marcy Alancraig, Cabrillo College
  • Janet Fulks, Bakersfield College
  • Michael Heumann, ASCCC Curriculum Committee, Imperial Valley College
breakout description
Breakout Description
  • Student learning outcomes (SLOs) are a tool for curriculum development and program review. But simply writing SLOs is not of much value. Assessing the SLOs and using them to improve curriculum or programs is essential.
    • How do you document that SLOs are present for each course?
    • How do you know if the SLOs are well-written and do you care on curriculum committee?
    • Where does assessment play into the work of the curriculum committee?
  • This session will discuss some of the statewide patterns for SLOs and assessment as a vehicle to develop and improve curriculum. The session will be interactive with opportunities for you to explore the curriculum committee's role when it comes to SLOs and assessment.
1 the major goal of the curriculum committee is to
1. The major goal of the curriculum committee is to
  • rewrite curriculum submitted so that it conforms with education code.
  • correct spelling and grammatical errors.
  • review curriculum to assure it complies with the Education Code.
  • see that the curriculum addresses sound educational practices.
  • provide for continuity of curriculum across the campus.
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2. The curriculum committee, representing the faculty senate, have primary roles in writing and approving curriculum
  • because it is granted them in AB 1725
  • because they are the most knowledgeable about curriculum structure.
  • because it is granted them through the accreditation process.
  • because it is granted them though the state academic senate.
  • because it is granted them in Education Code.
3 what type of pedagogy results in the greatest degree of student expertise and knowledge
3. What type of pedagogy results in the greatest degree of student expertise and knowledge ?
  • Well-developed lecture series
  • Laboratory activities
  • Activities that stimulate student teaching other students
  • Activities and exercises completed by the individual outside the classroom
  • Periodic and cumulative objective testing
4 on my campus we have concentrated on slos in
4. On my campus, we have concentrated on SLOs in
  • Individual sections of courses
  • Individual courses
  • Programs
  • General Education or Institution-wide SLOs
  • What SLOs? We don’t have any.
5 where are your slos documented
5. Where are your SLOs documented?
  • What SLOs? We don’t have any.
  • SLOs are in the COR (Curriculum document of Record)
  • SLOs are in a separate appendix attached to the COR.
  • SLOs are in the syllabi only.
  • SLOs are completely separate from curriculum.
6 student learning outcomes refer to overarching specific observable characteristics developed by
6. Student learning outcomes refer to overarching, specific, observable characteristics developed by
  • administrators for accountability.
  • local faculty to demonstrate that learning has occurred.
  • individual faculty to evaluate students.
  • researchers to provide quantitative data.
  • everyone and anyone to appease accreditation.
7 the education code addresses which of the following components of curriculum
7. The education code addresses which of the following components of curriculum?
  • The course content
  • The course SLOs
  • Course rigor, hours and units, pre-requisites syllabus, and critical thinking
  • The local curriculum approval process
  • The education code doesn’t address any course level components
8 in creating an effective course syllabus which of the following should be included
8. In creating an effective course syllabus, which of the following should be included?
  • Grading policy
  • Attendance policy
  • Student Learning Outcomes
  • A DSPS statement
  • All of the above
defining slos
Defining SLOs
  • Page 3
  • He thought he

knew what was

in the ARK!

slos and curriculum development
SLOs and Curriculum Development
  • Using Outcomes as a Target for Developing and Aligning Curriculum
  • See pages 4-5
  • Possibly add slides here for Cabrillo and IVC
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This course introduces biology students to the scientific method, cellular biology, ecology, environmental biology and taxonomy.
  • Goal
  • Objective
  • Student Learning Outcome
  • Don’t know
the nursing student will display each of the criteria necessary for proper handwashing
The nursing student will display each of the criteria necessary for proper handwashing.
  • Goal
  • Objective
  • Student Learning Outcome
  • Don’t know
the student will prepare and deliver an argumentative speech
The student will prepare and deliver an argumentative speech.
  • Goal
  • Objective
  • Student Learning Outcome
  • Don’t know
the student will be able to bleed brake lines
The student will be able to bleed brake lines.
  • Goal
  • Objective
  • Student Learning Outcome
  • Don’t know
the student will be able to rotate and assess the status of a brake drum
The student will be able to rotate and assess the status of a brake drum.
  • Goal
  • Objective
  • Student Learning Outcome
  • Don’t know
the student will be able to complete an entire successful brake job
The student will be able to complete an entire successful brake job.
  • Goal
  • Objective
  • Student Learning Outcome
  • Don’t know
write an slo
Write an SLO
  • Piece

of

Cake!

bloom s taxonomy
Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Cognitive
  • Psychomotor
  • Affective
  • Add an SLO in another domain
evaluating slos
Evaluating SLOs
  • Who evaluates the SLOs?
  • Creating and using a checklist.
  • Who are the experts?
  • Define the roles.
choosing the right assessment tools
Choosing the Right Assessment Tools
  • Be creative
  • Consider

domains

  • Consider

learning styles

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Other Questions?
  • Fill out the evaluation

Thank you