Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

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Student Learning Outcomes Curriculum Maps Assessment Plan Use of the Evidence of Student Learning Points of Distinction Mission Meaning, Quality, & Integrity

Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

The reason we assess student learning is to improve each curricular or co-curricular program to better accomplish the program’s intended learning outcomes. This process of continuous improvement is referred to as “closing the assessment loop” or simply as “Closing the Loop.” The cycle begins with Learning Outcomes, designing an assessment plan, curriculum map, assessment activities, data analysis and evaluation, and program adjustments.

Required Content

  • A copy of the “Evidence Template” for each of:
    • Core Competencies
    • General Education
    • Program Learning Outcomes
  • APC or GESC proposals
  • Program Review document (actual or summary of findings)
  • Annual MOU reports from Program Review

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