SAC's Closing the Loop luncheons provided: EMCC faculty and staff an understanding about the difference between a institutional (ILO) and course-level learning outcomes (CLO), familiarity with the Tableau dashboard, and identify the steps to have their course-level learning outcomes set-up in Canvas.
Student Academic Achievement Committee
During the Spring 2021 Celebration of Learning event was hosted by SAC. EMCC Faculty and staff had an opportunity to facilitate 30 assessment workshops within their areas to share best practices with colleagues and increase student learning. There were three thirty minute sessions. Some participants presented for multiple sessions. We had:
SAC Co-Coordinators wanted to create a culture of meaningful assessment at EMCC with our faculty and staff. The goals are to increase the number of courses to move their course-level learning outcomes(CLOs) into Canvas, increase more CLO data collection, and have a more streamlined data collection processes.
In October 2020, SAC Co-Coordinators facilitated two virtual luncheons. EMCC Faculty and staff had to opportunity to review ILO and CLO data. The goal was to facilitate meaningful conversations about student learning.
Please see attached for more information and feedback from attendees for Fall 2019. A new document has been uploaded with the results from the Spring 2020 virtual Now What? luncheon.
In Spring 2018, administrators came back from HLC informing us that we needed to have learning outcomes written and assessed. We had a college wide push over the past year to get these written at the course, program, and co-curricular level. We are struggling with people understanding how everything should be aligned, so the assessment coordinators, champions, and committee members are working to help alleviate confusion.
Assessment Happens: January 11 in CTL. Over 73 faculty, administrators and support personnel attended. The SAAC Co-Chairs introduced the new format of other colleagues sharing “best practices”. Erin Bloomstand and Michelle Breaux presented “It’s Okay to Fail. 52 evaluations were filled out. Surveyed items: Workshop content matched description. 33 strongly agreed, 16 agreed, 3 somewhat agreed; The presenter(s) was effective. 38 strongly agreed, 8 agreed, 4 somewhat agreed; Content was relevant to my needs.