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Title: Developing Program Outcomes


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Developing Program Outcomes
Spring 2007 Seminar Coffeyville Community
College Don Lind Marla Larimore
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Learner Outcomes
Must Be Established at the Institutional Level
And at the Program Level
And at the Course Level
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Program Outcomes
  • Are used to determine whether the programs
    purpose is being achieved.
  • Outcomes information provides concrete,
    meaningful, and useful evidence of achievement of
    the programs purpose.
  • Outcomes also provide information to direct
    improvement. Thus, a programs instructional
    outcomes serve as the foundation for assessment
    planning.

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Program Mission Statement
  • A mission statement is a brief description of a
    programs fundamental purpose.
  • It answers the question, Why do we exist?
  • There should be a linkage between the mission of
    the college and that of the program.
  • Likewise, their should be a connection between a
    programs mission and its outcomes
  • A mission statement is a description of the
    programs goals.

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Goals vs. Outcomes
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Writing Program Outcomes
  • What should your students be able to demonstrate?
  • Start small-with three to five outcomes.
  • Keep them measurable.
  • Outcomes are faculty written and updated.
  • Must support at least one institutional outcome.

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Outcomes Schema
1. 2. 3.
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Creating Program Outcomes
  • Number
  • three to five per program
  • Specificity
  • not highly detailed
  • Comprehensiveness
  • all courses must be covered
  • Linkage
  • coursesprogramsinstitutional

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Levels of Outcomes
  • Recognition/Recall
  • Comprehension/Application
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving

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Linkage to Institutional Outcomes
  • Identification of key course outcomes. (found in
    course syllabi)
  • Identify supported program outcome of reach
    course outcome.
  • Establish uniform links from course outcomes to
    program outcomes. (Especially in cases of
    multiple instructors.)

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Winding Up ..
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The End
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