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Title: Beyond Program Review


1
Beyond Program Review
  • Program Overview and Forecast
  • PrOF

2
Program Overview and Forecast
  • Central Questions
  • How to link Student Learning Outcomes into
    Program Review and Planning processes
  • Program definitions roles and functions

3
Program Overview and Forecast
  • Key Issues
  • Program SLOs
  • Identification of Outcomes
  • Assessment Process SLOs
  • Development of a Response Plan
  • Alignment of courses to Program SLOs
  • Identifying Program achievements and challenges

4
Program Overview and Forecast
  • Key Issues (continued)
  • Near Term Forecasting for Planning
  • Resource Implications Longer term
  • Budgeting (Operational and Capital)
  • Staffing
  • Facilities
  • Other

5
What are Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes Assessment
  • Measures both achievement and monitors learning
    process
  • Enables faculty to ask how the curriculum and the
    instructional process can be made more effective
    and better

6
SLO Assessment Process
Educational Goals, Course Objectives, etc
Utilize Assessment Analysis for Course Improvement
Acquire Assessment Information
Analyze and Interpret Assessment Information
7
Program Overview and Forecast Key Elements
  • Program Identification
  • Strategic and Cultural Competence Plan
  • College-wide SLOs
  • Program SLOs
  • Data Review and Analysis
  • Curriculum Review Report

8
Program Overview and Forecast Key Elements
  • Program Delivery Support Services Review
  • Program Strengths Challenges
  • Planning Agenda Action Plan
  • Near Term Forecast Planning
  • Long Term Resource Planning

9
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • I. Program Identification
  • Function the program needs to identify its
    primary function or functions
  • Examples
  • CIS (Office technologies Applications,
    Programming, Networking, Network Security, Web
    Applications)
  • English (Composition, Literature, Reading,
    Developmental)
  • Roles what roles or populations are served by
    the various functions of the program?

10
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • Strategic Planning
  • Listing of Goals from Strategic Plan
  • Assessment
  • Planning Implications
  • Cultural Competence Equity Plan
  • Identification of relevant goals
  • Program Strength with respect to goals
  • Evidence of strength identified (in ii)

11
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • III. College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes
  • Listing of College-Wide Outcomes
  • Identification of relationship of Program to
    individual outcomes
  • Assessment, analysis and planning implications
    for programs

12
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • IV. Program Student Learning Outcomes
  • Identification of Program SLOs
  • Identification of Assessment Process for Program
    SLOs
  • Alignment of courses to Program SLOs (Matrix)
  • Report on the Assessment of Program SLOs
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Program SLOs and
    development of a response plan

13
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • V. Data Review and Analysis
  • Data Descriptions
  • Identification of Trends and Anomalies in data
  • Implications of Trends and Anomalies
  • Identification of data needed but not available

14
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • V. Data Review and Analysis (Expanded)
  • Data Descriptions
  • Program Demographics
  • Program Characteristics
  • Enrollment
  • Productivity
  • VTEA Core Indicators
  • Other Data
  • Student Achievement Data
  • Course Completions/success
  • Course/program persistence
  • Program Success (open) i.e. degrees/certificates,
    employment or transfer data, other data
    (Licensure, etc)

15
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • VI. Curriculum Review Status Report
  • Status of Curriculum Review (status Matrix)
  • Status Report on Course SLOs (Matrix)
  • Identification of Course SLOs
  • Assessment Process for Course SLOs
  • Analysis of effectiveness of Course SLOs

16
Program Overview and Forecast Curriculum Review
Elements
17
Program Overview and Forecast Curriculum Review
Elements
18
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • Program Delivery Support Services Review
  • Delivery Options
  • ID Delivery Options (D/E, Distance Ed, etc)
  • ID Strengths Weaknesses
  • Planning Implications
  • Support Services
  • ID Delivery Options (D/E, Distance Ed, etc)
  • ID Strengths Weaknesses
  • Planning Implications

19
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • VIII. Program Strengths and Challenges
  • Strengths and Accomplishments since last review
  • Significant changes/impacts since last program
    review
  • Implications for Plan based on strengths and
    challenges

20
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • IX. Planning Agenda and Action Plan
  • a. Near Term Forecast and Planning
  • Strategic Planning Implications
  • Program SLO Planning Implications
  • Equity Planning Implications, activities, or
    changes
  • Curriculum Additions, changes, validations, and
    deletions (Program and Course)
  • Internal Program Adjustments (intra-departmental)

21
Program Overview and Forecast Description of
Elements
  • Near Term Forecast Planning (Cont)
  • Program Strengths Opportunities/Cooperative
    Opportunities
  • Staffing (Near term 1-2 years)
  • Budget (current budget cycle for operations and
    capital outlay)
  • Other needs (Research, staff development, etc)
  • b. Resource Planning
  • Budget (Long term needs -- replacement upgrade)
  • Staffing (Long term program changes
    expansion)
  • Facilities
  • Other (research, staff development, other)

22
PrOF Where does the information go?
23
PrOF Reports
  • Planning Committee
  • Comment on report
  • Identification of College-Wide Implications
  • College Dialog
  • Budget Planning Committees
  • Resource Allocation Planning
  • Planning Implications
  • Internal Assessment and Response by Department
  • Inclusion in Unit Planning Processes
  • College-Wide Dialogue
  • Implications of Program SLOs
  • Discussion of College-Wide SLOs, Strategic Plan,
    and CCE

24
Beyond Program Review - PrOF
Faculty are introduced to SLOs and the PrOF
Faculty Define and Design PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Faculty design and conduct an ASSESSMENT of
outcomes and map an alignment of courses to
program SLOs
Challenges Faculty develop response plan to
change curriculum, pedagogy, student support, etc.
Success Revise outcomes to promote forward
movement of program
Analysis of Assessment Results
25
Implementing PrOF
  • Introduce Faculty to SLOs and PrOF
  • Identify strategies to create, assess, and evolve
    SLOs to improve
  • Student understanding of course content
  • Instructor ability to meet curriculum
    expectations
  • Enhance and expand communication among faculty

26
Implementing PrOF
  • Faculty Define and Design Program SLOs
  • Review Course and College-Wide SLOs
  • Identify Program SLOs that align with Course and
    College-Wide SLOs, Student Population
    Characteristics, and Program Effectiveness
    expectations
  • Identify Articulation or Workforce expectations

27
Implementing PrOF
  • Parameters for Program SLO development
  • Process is iterative SLOs will evolve and be
    reviewed over time
  • Not all Programs will develop and assess all
    program outcomes at the same time
  • Program SLOs will be refined based on
    assessments and PrOF analyses

28
Implementing PrOF
  • Mapping of the Alignment of Program SLOs and
    Course SLOs
  • Courses will be aligned with the Program SLOs
    that are supported by individual courses
  • Courses will be identified as to the level of
    intensity that they address/satisfy Program SLOs
  • Introduction
  • Practice and reinforcement
  • Mastery

29
Implementing PrOF
  • Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes
  • Faculty are trained in assessment options
  • Faculty select assessment processes that are
    appropriate to the SLO and the program
  • Assessments can be both
  • Embedded in Courses/Programs
  • External to courses

30
Implementing PrOF
  • Analysis of Assessment
  • Results of assessments reviewed
  • Assessment results are evaluated against
    pre-agreed criteria
  • Outcomes are determined to be
  • Successful
  • Challenged

31
Implementing PrOF
  • SUCCESSFUL Outcomes Assessment
  • Target Outcomes are refined to raise the bar
    for the program and students (Improve learning)
  • Other outcomes are selected for enhanced review

32
Implementing PrOF
  • CHALLENGED ASSESSMENT RESULTS
  • Program develops a RESPONSE PLAN
  • Examine Curriculum
  • Examine Course Syllabi
  • Review teaching practices
  • Review student support services/processes
  • Review equipment/technology/other support needs
  • Implement RESPONSE PLAN
  • Recycle the PrOF process to assess outcomes

33
Implementing PrOF
  • Reporting and Using PrOF
  • PrOF includes a Planning Process that informs
    both Unit Plans and the Colleges broader
    Resource Allocation Processes
  • PrOF reports are reviewed through the governance
    process
  • PrOF conclusions are integrated into college-wide
    planning processes
  • Identification of universal or broad based
    strategies and needs
  • Revision of College-wide Plans, College Strategic
    Plan
  • Institutional planning evolves as a result to
    PrOF to enable response plans through expanded
    resources or re-allocations

34
Implementing PrOF
  • Next Steps
  • As we said This is an iterative process PrOF
    and SLOs will evolve as we become more
    proficient and comfortable with them to improve
    student success!
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