Campus Wide Assessment Project. Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning. Assessment Team: David Nelson – Faculty Lead, Math Division Janet Ash, Technology Division Brenda Bindschatel, Business Division Keith Clay, Science Division Sandy Johanson, Humanities Division. Goals of the Project.
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Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning
David Nelson – Faculty Lead, Math Division
Janet Ash, Technology Division
Brenda Bindschatel, Business Division
Keith Clay, Science Division
Sandy Johanson, Humanities Division
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CHEM 105: Marked QSR Competency 2 and Competency 5 at Level 3
The student will demonstrate proficiency in the following areas:
Individual instructors will chose two (three?) of the following proficiencies as the last unit of the class :
NATRS 183 claims QSR 1, 2, and 4
Students will learn:
Quantitative Reasoning: Students will measure physical, biological, and environmental parameters. Additional parameters and results will be obtained by calculations and graphing.
Math 97, B A 220 and BIO 100 show improvement, but not nearly as much as other courses.
MATH 97, B A 220 - QSR Competency 1
BIO 100 - QSR Competency 4
BA 110 and Chem 150 had a large number of competent/mastering students on the pre assessment. (Competency 4)