Assessment Plans. Council of Deans, March 22, 2007. Student learning outcomes that do not reflect student learning. The goal is to offer a curriculum that meets the (insert discipline)’s competencies.
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Council of Deans, March 22, 2007
The goal is to offer a curriculum that meets the (insert discipline)’s competencies.
The goal is to provide a curriculum that will result in students doing well in licensure, professional, or certification exams.
By the end of four years, students will have completed their course work and requirements for graduation.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of key facts, concepts, core principles, and/or theories of the discipline.
Students will be able to apply specific aspects of the curriculum to a set of common questions in the discipline.
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Course grades are used with no external validation:
Method: Learning outcome will be assessed with individual course grades.
Standard: Average course grades of > 70%
Method: A random sample of 15 papers from the capstone course will be reviewed annually by a committee of three faculty, using a common scoring rubric
Standard: 80% of students demonstrate competency.
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