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Assessment Report Department of the Earth Sciences School of Science and Mathematics. James Zollweg Chair + Assessment Coordinator. What was Assessed SLOs - All Majors. A1: Interpret Earth science data, including both qualitative and quantitative analyses.

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assessment report department of the earth sciences school of science and mathematics

Assessment ReportDepartment of the Earth SciencesSchool of Science and Mathematics

James Zollweg

Chair + Assessment Coordinator

what was assessed slos all majors
What was AssessedSLOs - All Majors
  • A1: Interpret Earth science data, including both qualitative and quantitative analyses.
  • A2: Employ the scientific method with competency and precision.
  • A3: Locate, evaluate and interpret scientific literature.
  • A4: Effectively express earth science concepts and research results both orally and in writing.
what was assessed slos earth sciences
What was AssessedSLOs - Earth Sciences
  • E1: Explain the processes that affect the solid earth and the time scales in which they operate; describe how these processes have shaped earth history.
  • E2: Explain the hydrologic cycle, and analyze it using standard quantitative methods.
  • E3: Explain the physical laws governing atmospheric phenomena.
what was assessed slos water resources
What was AssessedSLOs - Water Resources
  • W1: Interpret the structure and physical properties of hydrostratigraphic units and explain how they influence the movement of water.
  • W2: Evaluate and analyze, for natural and anthropogenic influences, hydrological systems and processes for the purpose of water resources assessment and management.
  • W3: Quantify and interpret the hydrologic cycle using standard tools and techniques (field instrumentation, GIS, mathematical/computer models).
what was assessed slos meteorology
What was AssessedSLOs - Meteorology
  • M1: Interpret the physical laws governing atmospheric phenomena.
  • M2: Explain the principles behind, and use of, meteorological instrumentation.
  • M3: Use critical and analytical skills to interpret and predict weather systems using weather information (model data, maps, remote sensing imagery).
  • M4: Describe the physical controls of the climate system.
what was assessed slos geology
What was AssessedSLOs - Geology
  • G1: Be familiar with the geological time scale including explain how it relates to major events in the history of Earth and life on Earth.
  • G2: Explain the larger-scale physical processes of the Earth including plate tectonics and crustal deformation and apply to new problems.
  • G3: Explain the Earth’s processes that shape the surface and near-surface environment; Apply these concepts to real-world problems.
  • G4: Evaluate the physical and chemical properties of rocks and minerals and explain how these properties reflect their behavior in the geologic environment.
assessment methodology how was the assessment done
Assessment Methodology(How was the assessment done)
  • Student Work Assessed: What assignment in what course, test, etc.
  • Measurement strategy: score, rubric, etc.
  • Number of students (sample or all eligible students)
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Assessment Methodology(How was the assessment done)
  • Student Work Assessed: What assignment in what course, test, etc.
  • Measurement strategy: score, rubric, etc.
  • Number of students (sample or all eligible students)
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Assessment Methodology(How was the assessment done)
  • Student Work Assessed: What assignment in what course, test, etc.
  • Measurement strategy: score, rubric, etc.
  • Number of students (sample or all eligible students)
assessment results
Assessment Results
  • Insert numbers, tables, graphs or descriptions about student attainments
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Assessment Results
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Assessment Results
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action plan data driven decision
Action Plan/Data Driven Decision:
  • How the department did or plan to“close the loop.”