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Title: Assessment Leader Training


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General Education Student Learning Assessment
  • Assessment Leader Training


GEO Training Series 2 of 5
Spring 2012 February 13, 2012
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ASSESSMENT LEADER TRAINING
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PURPOSE
The purpose of General Education Assessment is to
measure student learning based on student work
from an aggregated, institutional perspective.
The six GEOs focus on institutional level student
learning outcomes which may be assessed across
the curriculum and co-curriculum. CAC will NOT
use GEO assessment results to evaluate
instructors.
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ASSESSMENT LEADER RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Serve as communication point person for the
    Assessment Team (AT) to GEO Chair and SLA
    Director
  • Coordinate team efforts to identify, collect,
    score student artifacts using the GEO Rubric and
    submit results
  • a. Lead Evaluation Subteam to score artifacts
  • b. Complete and submit data results
  • Facilitate analysis of results, share results at
    Open Forums Lead identification of improvement
    to student learning
  • 4. Write the GEO Assessment Executive Report
    (preliminary) and Final Report and recommend
    process improvements


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PROCESS DECISIONS
  • Sample Size (30 students or 10 of total student
    enrollment in the course)
  • Testing/Assessment Parameters
  • Evaluation Team members (3)
  • Timeline
  • Date of Assessment,
  • Date Artifacts sent to Assessment Leader
  • Date of Norming Session/Evaluation Session
  • Date Raw Data submitted to SLA Director
  • Meeting Schedule (email/phone/itv/live) include
    planning, follow-up analysis of Data Report, Open
    Forums, decision phase and report writing phase

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ASSESSMENT Spring 2012
  • Spring 2012
  • Conduct Spring 2012 assessment of all 27 GEO
    Standards across the curriculum
  • Share with Academic Leadership Fall 2011 GEO
    Course Assessment Executive Report, the
    preliminary results participate in Open Forums
    to further analyze results and submit Fall 2011
    Final GEO Course Assessment Report to GEO Chair
    and SLA Director (DUE March 19)
  • Assessment Leader submits GEO Raw Data to SLA
    Director
  • Assessment Team analyzes Data Report from IPR
    and assists Assessment Leader to write report
    DUE May 11

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ASSESSMENT Summer 2012
  • Summer Sessions I and II 2012
  • Conduct Summer 2012 assessment of all 27 GEO
    Standards across the curriculum
  • CAC presents the results of four year Action
    Project on Assessment of Student Learning of six
    General Education Outcomes on June 6-8, 2012 at
    HLC Conference
  • GEO Raw Data Submissions form to SLA Director
    DUE Aug. 8
  • Preliminary GEO Assessment Report DUE Aug. 15
  • Spring 2012 Final GEO Course Assessment Report to
    GEO Chair and SLA Director (DUE Aug. 17)

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Spring 2012
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Summer 2012
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3-YEAR ASSESSMENT CYCLE
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  • Fall 2012
  • Conduct Assessment per plan finalized spring
    2012
  • Spring 2013
  • Further analysis, Open Forums, Improvement
    identified with sustainability plan which
    culminate in report and presentations
  • Summer 2013 through Spring 2014
  • Implement improvement plan and pilot Summer with
    full implementation Fall semester
  • Ongoing assessment of student learning to
    evaluate improvement plan results
  • REPEAT for Year 2 GEOs

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Fall 2012 -
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Fall 2012 -
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STUDENT ARTIFACT SELECTION
  • With course content experts, review the course
    syllabi and existing assignments.
  • Identify the best one which aligns with the GEO
    Standard that occurs near the semester end.
  • Slight rewording or framing questions may need
    to be crafted to achieve the desired
    essay/assignment demonstrating the
    skill/knowledge.


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SET ASSESSMENT PARAMETERS
Determine 1. Date/week artifacts are due,
taking into account modality limitations. 2. If
students may use the text or other
resource/reference tool such as a dictionary or
if the quiz is closed book. 3. If a team of
students may create/deliver the
project/presentation. Common parameters include
students must independently complete the
assignment/quiz/presentation during class during
week 13-14. Or, students are required to complete
Exam 3 in a proctored setting during week 12.

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STUDENT SAMPLE
  • Determine total student enrollment in all course
    sections
  • If 30 students are enrolled, include all 30 in
    your sample.
  • If more than 30 students are enrolled, include
    10 of total enrollment in your sample.
  • For example, if there are 500 students
    enrolled in all sections, your sample is 50
    students drawn from all sections.
  • Based on alpha-ordered class rosters, include
    student 1, student 11, student 21 and 31.
  • NOTE All student GEO artifacts must include CAC
    student identification
    number.

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SCORING STUDENT ARTIFACTS
  • Use the CAC Institutional GEO Rubric to score
    artifacts.
  • Norming Session conducted prior to Scoring
  • Randoming select two samples
  • With a team of three Evaluators, each
    individually reviews and scores the student work
    and places a score on the back of the last sheet
    (essay/quiz/one-minute paper)
  • The Evaluation team reconvenes to share scores
    given each sample and to provide their rationale.
  • If scores are very diverse, score two more and
    norm.

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SCORING STUDENT ARTIFACTS, Part II
Determine one score from 0 to 3 per student
artifact, per GEO Standard. If 30 student
artifacts, divide the stack into thirds so that
two evaluators score each artifact by attaching a
slip/sticky note to the back with a solid score
from 0 to 3 and the evaluators initials.
Evaluators do not look at the other evaluators
score. After all artifacts have two scores on
the back page, flip them over and determine if
there are any with discrepancies, i.e. different
scores from the two evaluators. If different
scores, the third evaluator scores the artifact.
Upon completion, team may choose to discuss or
the third evaluator determines the final score.
An average rounded up or down may be the
artifacts final score. For example evaluator 1
scores it a 2, evaluator 2 scores it a 3, then
evaluator 3 scores it a 2. Final score for the
artifact 2.
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RAW DATA SUBMISSION FORM COMPLETION
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DATA REPORT Sample
Refer to page 32 in the Guide
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REPORTS
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GEO Assessment Executive Report
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Upcoming Deadlines Mar. - Aug. 2012
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GEO Assessment Success TIPS
  • Use the Blackboard Evidence of Student Success
    site for resources, meeting minutes and
    tools
  • Participate in training opportunities
  • GEO Course Map completion and use
  • CAC Institutional GEO Rubric
  • PowerPoint Presentations on the CSLA site


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TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
  • Thursday, February 9, 1030, 430 6 pm Course
    Assessment Leader Training
  • Friday, February 17, 1030 am Course Assessment
    Leader Training
  • Tuesday, February 21, Superstition Mountain
    Campus, prior to Governing Board Meeting (noon
    to 115 pm)
  • Friday, February 24, Faculty Development Day
    GEO Roundtable
  • Tuesday, March 20, Signal Peak Campus, prior to
    Governing Board meeting (noon to 115 pm)
  • Tuesday, April 17, Aravaipa Campus, prior to
    Governing Board Meeting (noon to 115 pm)

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Coming soon How to Analyze Data and How to Write
Assessment Reports. The ongoing evaluation of
General Education Student
Learning contributes to the success of all our
degree and AGEC certificate completers.


Thank You!


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