Comprehensive Assessment Tracking System

Assessment Practitioner Spring 2020

Thursday, February 13, 2020 to Saturday, April 11, 2020
What is the Need/Assessment?: 

To assess the what EMCC faculty and staff gain and would like to improve in the Assessment Practioner course.    

Describe the necessity for this change: 

This couse will be offered again this semester, and there is a continous need to review learning model of the Assessment Practitioner course. 

Describe what will be (or was) implemented to affect change: 

A Google Form was given at the 3rd session of the Assessment Practitioner course.  This was given as an anonymous "Exit Out" ticket.  Participants were asked 3 questions:  "How satisfied were you with this course?"  (closed ended), "What has been your favorite part of this course?"  (open ended), and "If you could change one or two this about this course, what would you change?"  (open ended). 

Interpret, compare and describe the results of the change: 

From this baseline data, 75% were highly satisfied with the course, while 25% were satisfied with the course.  Please see the attachment below for the open-ended responses.  The same questions and Google Form will be given to the next class, to measure the course revisions that will be done.  The final results will be posted in April 2020.  

After analyzing the information, what are the next steps?: 

The final results of will be posted in April 2020. The goal is to create a professional development course that informs and inspires assessment practices with our faculty and staff.  

Abstract: 

Assessment Practitioner was offered through the CTL this Spring 2020 semester for interested faculty and staff that wanted to continue their professional growth.  This hybrid Canvas course is designed to equip our faculty and staff with the information to understand the goals and practices of assessment in our Learning College culture.  This course has given the opportunity to model the true essense of a Learning College, by faciliating the natural relationship between teaching, learning, and assessment through weekly face-to-face sessions, weekly assignments, and colleague discussions about pedagogy inside and outside of the classroom.  

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Completed Full Cycle: 
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