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March 15, 2022

1:30-2:20pm:  How to Create Tools and Rubrics to Assess your Student Learning Outcomes (Rebecca Bailey and Felipe Wilson) 

Description: Not sure how to assess a particular SLO for your course? Bring your SLOs and we’ll help! Learn to build an assessment from the ground up, OR how to use an existing assignment/rubric to assess an outcome. This is a follow-up to the Fall 2021 session – we recommend you watch the previous session recording to prepare, though it is not a requirement: https://bit.ly/3tFOeP8

Zoom link: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/99725692537

Zoom Recording

Please note the helpful documents from the October 2021 afternoon session, below.

October 20, 2021

Morning Session – for EVERYONE, especially faculty and classified professionals who work directly with  students

11-11:50pm:  What the heck are ILOs??!!  Come learn what they are, how they can be EASILY assessed, and why this all matters! (Rebecca Bailey and Felipe Wilson)

Description:   In this session, you will learn about the great resources and tools available to assess Institutional Learning Outcomes, how they relate to our accreditation, and what they mean for our school and our students.  This session is open to ALL areas that work directly with students.  We will discuss the ILO surveys that can be easily used for almost any activity on campus, we will examine the common rubrics that can make assessment easier, and we will have a Q&A portion of the session.

Zoom meeting room:  https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/93696470817 

Zoom Recording

Morning Session Documents

PD Day Assessment MORNING Agenda

Afternoon Session – Primarily focused on faculty and assessment of course level outcomes (SLOs)

2:30-4pm How to Create Tools and Rubrics to Assess your Student Learning Outcomes (Steven Zetlan, Tiffany Wu, Cheli Fossum, and Rebecca Bailey) 

Description:  Are you comfortable creating assessment tools and rubrics appropriate for your SLOs? Come learn the steps involved in creating a tool that fits your outcome (with a matching rubric), and how that fits into the overall process of “getting it done” with assessment. Learn to build an assessment from the ground up, AND how to use an existing assignment/rubric to assess an outcome. We’ll show several examples, with lots of interactive opportunities. Not sure how to assess a particular SLO for your course? Bring your SLO and we’ll help!

Zoom meeting room:   https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/92351086245 

Zoom Recording

Afternoon Session Documents

PD Day Assessment Afternoon Session Agenda

Assessment, Steps to Getting it Done

How to Create Appropriate Assessment Tools

Simple Example Rubrics

ESOL example for PD day 10.20.21

Rebecca’s example rubric, observation

Rebecca’s example survey

PD day presentation- Tiffany Wu

October 20, 2020

1-2:50pm Assessment Extravaganza! 
Description: It’s an Assessment Extravaganza! Help your department satisfy the Program Review requirement for participation in Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO) assessment. Part 1: Campus-wide Discussion of ILO Assessment Data help look at data collected for ILO #4 (Global Awareness) and create action plans; Part 2: Laney’s New Approach to ILO Assessment learn how to do ILO assessment two ways.

Data summaries show survey questions and colorful charts.

Spreadsheets show detailed responses.

Global Awareness Survey Data

Link to Data Summary

Download Data Spreadsheet: ILO 4 Survey Global Awareness(1-239) 10.16.20

Social Justice Survey Data

Link to Data Summary

Download Data Spreadsheet: ILO 4 Survey Social Justice(1-150) 10.16.20

August 2020

Program Review Training – Stage 1

Writing a Mission Statement documents
Assessment documents
  • Assessment Plan
    • Download the document below, read the instructions tab, then go to the SLO and PLO tabs to plan
    • Assessment Planning Doc 20-21 (this is the same as the document above, but now we’re using it to set specific semesters to assess each outcome – if you already have a copy, you are all set!)
  • assessment questions for CPR/APR – Instructional Units, Admin Units, Service Units (draft)