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Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date12/1/2012
Result
36 Total Participants (Pre) 28 Total Participants (Post)There was an overall increase in the criteria/symptomology identified by students from pre to post test. Criteria/symptomology included: schizophrenia, paranoia, delusions, hallucinations (auditory and visual), anti-psychotic meds, hearing voices.INCREASES FROM PRE TO POST ASSESSMENT (% of class) ARE AS FOLLOWS: (Schizophrenia Pre-Test 27.78% AND Post-Test 71.43%)(Paranoia Pre-Test 36.11% AND Post-Test 42.86%)(Delusions Pre-Test 11.11% AND Post-Test 25.00%)(Hallucinations Pre-Test 0% AND Post-Test 25%) (Auditory Pre-Test 0% AND Post-Test3.57%) (Visual Pre-Test 0% AND Post-Test 0%)(Anti-psychotic Meds Pre-Test 0% AND Post-Test 10.71%)(Hearing Voices Pre-Test 5.56% AND Post-Test 7.14%)The largest improvement was in the correct diagnosis of schizophrenia, and subsequently the most frequent criteria including paranoia and delusions.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date5/1/2013
Result
For Psychology 34 CRN 21826 Spring 2013 the students increase from an average score of 1.73 to 2.89 on the "Jerry" video clip narrative response.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date5/1/2013
Result
For Spring 2013 semester the change in average points scored was 1.16 representing a 67% increase from pretest scores.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date5/1/2013
Result
53 Total Participants (Pre) 38 Total Participants (Post)There was an overall increase in the criteria/symptomology identified by students from pre to post test. Criteria/symptomology included: schizophrenia, paranoia, delusions, hallucinations (auditory and visual), anti-psychotic meds, hearing voices.INCREASES FROM PRE TO POST ASSESSMENT (% of class) ARE AS FOLLOWS: (Schizophrenia Pre-Test 49.06 % AND Post-Test 65.79%)(Paranoia Pre-Test 45.28% AND Post-Test 65.79%)(Delusions Pre-Test 20.75% AND Post-Test 36.84%)(Hallucinations Pre-Test 11.32% AND Post-Test 34.21%) (Auditory Pre-Test 1.89% AND Post-Test 0%) (Visual Pre-Test 1.89% AND Post-Test 0%)(Anti-psychotic Meds Pre-Test 1.89% AND Post-Test 7.89%)(Hearing Voices Pre-Test 0% AND Post-Test 2.63%)The largest improvement was in the correct diagnosis of schizophrenia, and subsequently the most frequent criteria including paranoia, delusions and hallucinations.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date12/2/2013
Result
Thirty students completed the pre and post exams, with an 18% overall improvement in their ability to identify presenting symptoms for the case presented. Seventy seven percent (77%) of students were able to successfully apply the correct diagnosis of schizophrenia.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date5/1/2014
Result
Forty-two students completed both the pre and post assessments, with an overall 20% improvement in the averages scores for the entire class. When identifying the terminologies Schizophrenia, Delusions, Hallucinations, and Hearing Voice, there was a 100% improvement from pre to post assessment.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date5/1/2014
Result
For Spring 2014 semester the change in average points scored was 1.68 representing a 96% increase from pre-test scores.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/27/2015
Result
Of 56 students that took the pre and post assessment (watched the video clip of Jerry), 86% used at least one keyword in the diagnosis, and a total of 31 students identified the patient's paranoia or schizophrenia.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/27/2015
Result
78.8% of students who took both the pre and post test improved their scores in the ability to correctly diagnose Schizophrenia as the disorder. Interestingly, there was a decrease in the number of students, 26%, that identified paranoia as a symptom on the post test-it is unclear how to explain this decrease!
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/28/2015
Result
The “Jerry” pre-test in which students view five minutes of a videotape interview of a disturbed schizophrenic and provide narrative responses to the question “what’s wrong with him?” Answers are compared to the same videotape interview at the end of the semester. For Fall 2014 the gain in accurate identification rose by 131% and for the Spring 2015 section the gain was 81%. This trend in decrease from Fall to Spring mirrors that of the Psychology 1 data above but again I have no clear explanation of the origin.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/28/2015
Result
The “Jerry” pre-test in which students view five minutes of a videotape interview of a disturbed schizophrenic and provide narrative responses to the question “what’s wrong with him?” Answers are compared to the same videotape interview at the end of the semester. For Fall 2014 the gain in accurate identification rose by 131% and for the Spring 2015 section the gain was 81%. This trend in decrease from Fall to Spring mirrors that of the Psychology 1 data above but again I have no clear explanation of the origin.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date12/1/2015
Result
An improvement occurred from 61% of students that took the pre-test to 94% of students that took the post-test, for an overall improvement of 28%. Areas of greatest improvement include the identification of terms including: delusions, hallucinations, hearing voices.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date3/8/2016
Result
5/12/15
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date5/31/2016
Result
An improvement was seen from 73.6% to 96.7% of students that were able to use at least one key word in diagnosing Jerry. The overall improvement rate was 9.7% Improvements were seen in use of the following terminologies in diagnosis: Delusions, Hallucinations, indicating an increase in understanding of such terms.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/26/2016
Result
For Don Nikkel's Psychology 34 Abnormal Psychology class CRN 21826 Spring 2016 36 students took the Jerry pre-test after viewing the Jerry videoclip on the first day of class. During the last week of class 28 students took the Jerry post-test. The average score in the pre-test (out of 5) was 1.86 and the average score on post-test was 3.89, showing a 109% increase in average score from pre-test to post-test.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date12/1/2016
Result
Of 53 students that were assessed, 70.7% were successful in using at least one of the key words in diagnosing Jerry. Below is the breakdown of such keywords: Schizophrenia 14 students Paranoia 19 students Delusions 1 student Hallucinations 5 students Hearing Voices 1 student Confusion 0 students Medication 13 students
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date12/1/2017
Result
94% of students viewing the video of Jerry were able to write an accurate assessment of Jerry's diagnosis at a level of 7% or greater. This Semester the assessment was given online, and students write in an essay form their conceptualization of the disorder they are viewing.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/21/2020
Result
Eighty two percent of the students that completed this assessment were able to earn a 70% or better by 1) correctly diagnosing the client with schizophrenia, and 2) identifying and listing the major symptoms identified with this disorder
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/21/2020
Result
Seventy percent of the students that completed the assessment were able to identify the majority of symptoms of schizophrenia and correctly diagnose the disorder after watching the video of Jerry.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Diagnosing
Assessment Method
Students will view a brief video clip of Jerry - a diagnosed schizophrenic (this fact will not be revealed to the students until after the post assessment is complete). Students will use psychological language or layman's terms to diagnose Jerry, including any commentary on his presenting symptoms. One scoring method is to give points for any mention in the students' narrative response of terms such as schizophrenia, delusion, hallucination, negative or positive symptoms.
Outcome Goal
Students will increase their ability to correctly diagnose a case/patient after lecture, review and practice identifying the appropriate criteria for diagnosis.
Result Date9/21/2020
Result
Seventy two percent of the students completing the assessment were able to correctly diagnose the client (Jerry). Those that did diagnose the client correctly were able to identify a minimum of four symptoms demonstrated in the video.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Theoretical Complexities
Assessment Method
Students are to list four theoretical perspectives used to explain and treat mood disorders, listing four treatment techniques or options under each perspective.
Outcome Goal
Students to correctly identify theories and techniques at a rate of 70% or better.
Result Date12/1/2011
Result
Overall, the students identified six major theoretical perspectives including: Sociocultural, Biological, Psychodynamic, Cognitive, Behavioral, and Multicultural.Sociocultural Perspective - 29 associated items identified by studentsBiological Perspective - 36 associated items identified by studentsPsychodynamic Perspective - 24 associated items identified by studentsCognitive Perspective - 32 associated items identified by studentsBehavioral Perspective - 30 associated items identified by studentsMulticultural Perspective - 3 associated items identified by students
 
Unit NameDiscipline (SOCS) - Psychology PSY
Course IDPSY 034
Course NameAbnormal Psychology
Course Outcome NameSLO Theoretical Complexities
Assessment Method
Students are to list four theoretical perspectives used to explain and treat mood disorders, listing four treatment techniques or options under each perspective.
Outcome Goal
Students to correctly identify theories and techniques at a rate of 70% or better.
Result Date5/27/2019
Result
Sixty three percent of students that completed the assessment for this SLO were able to correctly list four theoretical perspectives, as well as four treatment techniques for each perspective, and apply the concepts in the treatment of mood disorders.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameClinical Preparation
Assessment Method
100% of students will complete Clinical Portfolio in Preparation for PTA/150 - Including all contents required for clinical.
Outcome Goal
100% of students going into PTA/150
Result Date4/11/2022
Result
100% of students did complete the Portfolio assignment, one student did miss CPI training, but this isn't due until prior to PTA/150
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date4/22/2014
Result
76% of all students answered question 41 correct80% of all students answered question 49 correct84% of all students answered question 51 correct80% of all students answered question 61 correct
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date5/5/2015
Result
For 2015, the midterm questions on insurance billing were complied into one section. The average score was 6.48/10. This is below a 70% required by the PTA program. Therefore, the class as a whole did not meet the threshold of completing this course outcome.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date5/21/2017
Result
97% of students were able to correctly understand coding/billing/reimbursement based on the midterm & final exam.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date4/30/2018
Result
Successful, midterm 85%, Final 78%.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date4/11/2019
Result
Based on Midterm: 85% of students scored >75% across those 4 questions.Based on Quiz: 90% average score on quiz, low of 77% Thus meet outcome 100%.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date4/17/2020
Result
Successfully demonstrated through the interaction of Lectures on Billing as well as active questions in the billing summit.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date5/3/2021
Result
Students are able to perform through various assignments and worksheets. Exam no longer occurs
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameCoding, Billing and Insurance
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate understanding of insurance, coding, billing and reimbursement issues pertaining to physical therapy services by correctly answering multiple choice questions on midterm and final exams.
Outcome Goal
75% of students will correctly answer midterm questions 41, 49, 51, 61
Result Date4/11/2022
Result
Students were able to participate thru discussion/lecture.No longer on Exam
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameLegislative activity, advocacy, social awareness and community service
Assessment Method
Students will participate in Legislative Day Activity in Sacramento
Outcome Goal
Students were not able to participate in Legislative Day, however students were able to attend Dr. Symns lecture and advocating. This occurred due to Legislative Day occurring in May, instead of the school year.
Result Date4/30/2018
Result
100% of students engaged in such an activity, see analysis
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameLegislative activity, advocacy, social awareness and community service
Assessment Method
Students will participate in Legislative Day Activity in Sacramento
Outcome Goal
Students were not able to participate in Legislative Day, however students were able to attend Dr. Symns lecture and advocating. This occurred due to Legislative Day occurring in May, instead of the school year.
Result Date4/12/2019
Result
100% of students did engage in the activity. 23/25 students attended Legislative Day. 2/25 students use an alternative assignment.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameLegislative activity, advocacy, social awareness and community service
Assessment Method
Students will participate in Legislative Day Activity in Sacramento
Outcome Goal
Students were not able to participate in Legislative Day, however students were able to attend Dr. Symns lecture and advocating. This occurred due to Legislative Day occurring in May, instead of the school year.
Result Date4/17/2020
Result
20/24 students were able to participate in Legislation Day. Those who did not perform an alternative assignment.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameLegislative activity, advocacy, social awareness and community service
Assessment Method
Students will participate in Legislative Day Activity in Sacramento
Outcome Goal
Students were not able to participate in Legislative Day, however students were able to attend Dr. Symns lecture and advocating. This occurred due to Legislative Day occurring in May, instead of the school year.
Result Date5/3/2021
Result
Alternative Lecture by Dr. James Syms used in place of Legislation Day due to COVID and students unable to participate as Student Legislation Day occurred in May, during Clinical of PTA/150
 
Unit NameDiscipline (NURS) - Physical Therapist Assistant PTA
Course IDPTA 140
Course NameAdministration
Course Outcome NameLegislative activity, advocacy, social awareness and community service
Assessment Method
Students will participate in Legislative Day Activity in Sacramento
Outcome Goal
Students were not able to participate in Legislative Day, however students were able to attend Dr. Symns lecture and advocating. This occurred due to Legislative Day occurring in May, instead of the school year.
Result Date4/11/2022
Result
Legislation Activity was adjusted. Previous speakers are no longer willing to attend, in addition, Legislation Day was held outside of class. (May)The optional assignment was adjusted to reflect Legislation Participation and 100% of students participated.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 143
Course NameAdministration I: ECE-DS 6
Course Outcome NameAdministration Skills
Assessment Method
Students who are working in an administrative role will apply skills in employment opportunities; others will determine what skills would be appropriate to apply via scenario or test question.
Outcome Goal
Result Date6/14/2022
Result
This course was revised effective Fall 2022 semester; no data exists for this reporting period.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 143
Course NameAdministration I: ECE-DS 6
Course Outcome NameEvaluate High Quality
Assessment Method
Utilize NAEYC or other high quality evaluation tool to evaluate various components of a program (their own program if working in the field currently).
Outcome Goal
Result Date6/14/2022
Result
This course was not effective until Fall 2022; no data existed for this reporting period.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 143
Course NameAdministration I: ECE-DS 6
Course Outcome NameFiscal Planning
Assessment Method
Students will complete an assignment related to fiscal planning and program budgeting - via group work, individual project, research summary or scenario/test question.
Outcome Goal
Result Date6/14/2022
Result
This course was not effective until Fall 2022; no data existed for this reporting period.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 144
Course NameAdministration II-DS6
Course Outcome Name#1-Practices for Management and Leadership
Assessment Method
Students will be able to correctly identify appropriate/inappropriate strategies for managing and leading staff, as well as program administration, via an in course exam.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/1/2019
Result
This course was not taught during the 2018/2019 school year and needs revision.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 144
Course NameAdministration II-DS6
Course Outcome Name#1-Practices for Management and Leadership
Assessment Method
Students will be able to correctly identify appropriate/inappropriate strategies for managing and leading staff, as well as program administration, via an in course exam.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/1/2021
Result
This course was revised this semester and is being pushed through the curriculum approval process at this time.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 144
Course NameAdministration II-DS6
Course Outcome Name#2-Professional Development
Assessment Method
Given a scenario of a staff/administrator evaluation, students will be able to develop an appropriate professional development plan, including resources and appropriate timelines.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/1/2019
Result
This course was not offered during the 2018/2019 school year and needs to be revised.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 144
Course NameAdministration II-DS6
Course Outcome Name#2-Professional Development
Assessment Method
Given a scenario of a staff/administrator evaluation, students will be able to develop an appropriate professional development plan, including resources and appropriate timelines.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/1/2021
Result
This course was revised this semester and is currently in the curriculum approval process.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 144
Course NameAdministration II-DS6
Course Outcome Name#3-Collaboration and Communication
Assessment Method
Students will choose a community partner/agency/resource and establish a professional relationship or collaboration.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/1/2019
Result
This course was not offered during the 2018/2019 school year.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (CFS) - Child Development CHLD
Course IDCHLD 144
Course NameAdministration II-DS6
Course Outcome Name#3-Collaboration and Communication
Assessment Method
Students will choose a community partner/agency/resource and establish a professional relationship or collaboration.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/1/2021
Result
This course was revised this semester and is currently in the curriculum approval process.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Basic Functions
Assessment Method
Weekly worksheets will be reviewed by the Instructor to insure the students are learning and able to perform the skills taught during the class session.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will have a working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and will be able to load, save and modify files with confidence.
Result Date4/28/2016
Result
At 20 hours working in the program, students were frustrated at their own forgetfulness. I reminded them that was a clue they were 1/2 through the learning curve and that it will all make sense very soon.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Basic Functions
Assessment Method
Weekly worksheets will be reviewed by the Instructor to insure the students are learning and able to perform the skills taught during the class session.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will have a working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and will be able to load, save and modify files with confidence.
Result Date11/6/2020
Result
At 20 hours working in the program, students were frustrated at their own forgetfulness. I reminded them that was a clue they were 1/2 through the learning curve and that it will all make sense very soon.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Knowledge of Composition Principles
Assessment Method
Student will complete projects that will showcase their understanding of basic composition principles.Student will present their finished designs to the instructor and classmates for practice and feedback.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will get a B or better grade for completing projects utilizing basic composition principles in Adobe Illustrator. Majority of students will be given positive feedback on their projects and professionalism in its presentation.
Result Date4/28/2016
Result
All attending students entered their TASTE the Arts Poster into the 2016 Contest and presented their finished design to Caroline Koontz.The Students' Poster designs were unique and demonstrated the students' understanding of composition principles.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Knowledge of Composition Principles
Assessment Method
Student will complete projects that will showcase their understanding of basic composition principles.Student will present their finished designs to the instructor and classmates for practice and feedback.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will get a B or better grade for completing projects utilizing basic composition principles in Adobe Illustrator. Majority of students will be given positive feedback on their projects and professionalism in its presentation.
Result Date11/6/2020
Result
All attending students designed a 3 Color T-shirt design for a local Client and presented their finished design to the Client in a professional display folder. The students' T-shirt designs were unique and demonstrated the students' understanding of composition principles. [more]
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Knowledge of Headline Typography and Letter Forms
Assessment Method
Students will be quizzed on basic typography terms, and will show they understand the use of type as a design element.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will be able to utilize Adobe Illustrator to set type and will be confident designing with typography.
Result Date4/28/2016
Result
Student redesigned local businesses outside signs with great success.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Knowledge of Headline Typography and Letter Forms
Assessment Method
Students will be quizzed on basic typography terms, and will show they understand the use of type as a design element.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will be able to utilize Adobe Illustrator to set type and will be confident designing with typography.
Result Date11/6/2020
Result
Student redesigned local businesses outside signs with great success. [less]Analysis 95% of Students still attending class at Mid Term turned in the "Makeover Sign Project" with a B or better grade.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Knowledge of Prepress Artwork Preparation
Assessment Method
Students will present a portfolio of all work created during the semester, both digitally and in hardcopy for Instructor's Review and Direction.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will earn a B or better grade on their final portfolio and digital work completed during the semester.
Result Date4/28/2016
Result
Students who attended the last class of the semester, presented their portfolios to local Business Owners and Graphic Designers. All were given feedback and encouragement. The visiting "Mock Interviewers" were very impressed with the students work. 100% of the students attending were giving a B or better grade in the class.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Graphic Design GD
Course IDGD 159
Course NameAdobe Illustrator
Course Outcome NameAdobe Illustrator Knowledge of Prepress Artwork Preparation
Assessment Method
Students will present a portfolio of all work created during the semester, both digitally and in hardcopy for Instructor's Review and Direction.
Outcome Goal
90% of attending students will earn a B or better grade on their final portfolio and digital work completed during the semester.
Result Date11/6/2020
Result
Students who attended the second to last class of the semester, presented their portfolios to local Business Owners and Graphic Designers. All were given feedback and encouragement. The visiting "Mock Interviewers" were very impressed with the students work. 100% of the students attending were giving a B or better grade in the class.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - AC Electrical Sequence
Assessment Method
The students will assessed on their presentation and correct terminlogy.
Outcome Goal
Student will pass their presentation with a 70% or better.
Result Date5/1/2013
Result
95 % of the students passed the presentation with a score better than 70%.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - AC Electrical Sequence
Assessment Method
The students will assessed on their presentation and correct terminlogy.
Outcome Goal
Student will pass their presentation with a 70% or better.
Result Date9/20/2021
Result
Students completed the presentation at 80% of higher; students who did not complete on the first attempt were able to re-try.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - Commercial Refrigeration Simulator
Assessment Method
Given 10 faults selected and programed by the instructor on the commercial refrigeration computer simulator trainer the student must score a minum of 70%.
Outcome Goal
Students will pass the skills demonstration with a 70% or better score.
Result Date5/6/2013
Result
Student grade average was 93% overall for the 10 faults that were inserted in the trainer.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - Commercial Refrigeration Simulator
Assessment Method
Given 10 faults selected and programed by the instructor on the commercial refrigeration computer simulator trainer the student must score a minum of 70%.
Outcome Goal
Students will pass the skills demonstration with a 70% or better score.
Result Date9/20/2021
Result
Students completed the lab activity at 80% of higher; students who did not complete on the first attempt were able to re-try.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - Diagnose Supermarket Computer Simulator
Assessment Method
Give 10 faults selected and programed by the instructor on the supermarket refrigeration computer simulatortrainer, the studentsmust score a minum70%.
Outcome Goal
Students will pass the skills demonstration with a 70% or better score.
Result Date5/13/2013
Result
Student grade average was 83% overall for the 10 faults that were inserted in the trainer.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - Diagnose Supermarket Computer Simulator
Assessment Method
Give 10 faults selected and programed by the instructor on the supermarket refrigeration computer simulatortrainer, the studentsmust score a minum70%.
Outcome Goal
Students will pass the skills demonstration with a 70% or better score.
Result Date9/20/2021
Result
Students completed the lab activity at 80% of higher; students who did not complete on the first attempt were able to re-try.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - Simuheat Pump Computer Simulator
Assessment Method
Given 10 faults selected and programed by the instructor on the simuheatpump computer simulator the student must score a minum of 70%
Outcome Goal
Students will pass the exam with a 70% or better score.
Result Date5/13/2013
Result
Student grade average was 84% overall for the 10 faults that were inserted in the trainer.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Environmental Control Technology ECT
Course IDECT 282
Course NameAdv Air Cond/Refrig Com/Dom
Course Outcome NameECT 282 - Simuheat Pump Computer Simulator
Assessment Method
Given 10 faults selected and programed by the instructor on the simuheatpump computer simulator the student must score a minum of 70%
Outcome Goal
Students will pass the exam with a 70% or better score.
Result Date9/20/2021
Result
Students completed the lab activity at 80% of higher; students who did not complete on the first attempt were able to re-try.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 342
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 5
Course Outcome Name1. Functional Strategies
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO goal.
Result Date5/30/2014
Result
87.5% of students were able to make themselves comprehensible in functional spoken English. Naturally, there were varying degrees of just how comprehensible the speakers were. In the analysis below, those "weak" areas are discussed.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 342
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 5
Course Outcome Name1. Functional Strategies
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO goal.
Result Date5/20/2016
Result
100% of students were able to make themselves comprehensible in functional spoken English. However, the data sample was small, a total of 4 students. However, the NC mirror courses had more students per section.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 442
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 5
Course Outcome Name1. Functional Strategies
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO goal.
Result Date5/30/2014
Result
100% of students were able to make themselves comprehensible in functional spoken English. Naturally, there were varying degrees of just how comprehensible the speakers were. In the analysis below, those "weak" areas are discussed.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 442
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 5
Course Outcome Name1. Functional Strategies
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO goal.
Result Date5/20/2016
Result
96% of of students were able to make themselves comprehensible in functional spoken English. Naturally, there were varying degrees of just how comprehensible the speakers were. In the analysis below, those "weak" areas are discussed.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 352
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 6
Course Outcome Name1. Self Monitoring
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/30/2014
Result
100% of students were able to make themselves comprehensible in functional spoken English, and, more importantly, they were able to self-monitor and make corrections. Naturally, there were varying degrees of just how comprehensible the speakers were. In the analysis below, those "weak" areas are discussed.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 352
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 6
Course Outcome Name1. Self Monitoring
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/12/2016
Result
One section administered the assessment tool; 83% met SLO #1.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 352
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 6
Course Outcome Name2. Presentation
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/30/2014
Result
All students, 100%, were able to prepare and deliver a successful presentation on a variety of topics. Students also demonstrated competency in grammar, pronunciation, intonation, and body language.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 352
Course NameAdv Listening/Speaking 6
Course Outcome Name2. Presentation
Assessment Method
Using one or more in-class activities, assignments, presentations, the instructor will assess the students’ performance, recording how many of the students from the class have met the expected class outcomes.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/12/2016
Result
One section administered the assessment tool: 94% met SLO#2.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC #276 - Outcome #3
Assessment Method
The student will answer multiple choice questions regarding the proper program configuration and wiring for digital and analog I/O devices.
Outcome Goal
90% of students pass the exam/quiz with a grade of at least 70%.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students completed this assessment with a passing grade.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC #276 - Outcome #3
Assessment Method
The student will answer multiple choice questions regarding the proper program configuration and wiring for digital and analog I/O devices.
Outcome Goal
90% of students pass the exam/quiz with a grade of at least 70%.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students passed this assessment.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC #276 - Outcome #3
Assessment Method
The student will be able to perform the program configuration and electrical wiring necessary to monitor and control a digital I/O device.
Outcome Goal
The student will receive a passing grade on a pass/fail skill demonstration.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students completed this assessment with a passing grade.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC #276 - Outcome #3
Assessment Method
The student will be able to perform the program configuration and electrical wiring necessary to monitor and control a digital I/O device.
Outcome Goal
The student will receive a passing grade on a pass/fail skill demonstration.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students passed this assessment.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC #276 - Outcome #3
Assessment Method
The student will configure an analog input module to receive the appropriate input signal, wire an analog sensing device to the module, and accurately measure a process variable (temperature, pressure, level, flow).
Outcome Goal
The student will receive a passing grade on a pass/fail demonstration.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students completed this assessment with a passing grade.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC #276 - Outcome #3
Assessment Method
The student will configure an analog input module to receive the appropriate input signal, wire an analog sensing device to the module, and accurately measure a process variable (temperature, pressure, level, flow).
Outcome Goal
The student will receive a passing grade on a pass/fail demonstration.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students passed this assessment.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC 276 - Outcome #1
Assessment Method
Given a problem statement, students will program a solution and perform testing to demonstrate that all specifications and objectives have been satisfied.
Outcome Goal
The student shall achieve a passing grade on a pass/fail lab demonstration of a programming exercise.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students completed the assessment with a passing grade.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (I&T) - Industrial Maintenance Technology ITEC
Course IDITEC 176
Course NameAdv Prog Logic Controllers
Course Outcome NameITEC 276 - Outcome #2
Assessment Method
In various lab exercises the student will configure the communications software to successfully establish a connection between the PLC and programming software.
Outcome Goal
Student will achieve a passing grade on a pass/fail skill demonstration that displays the ability to connect to a PLC using communications and programming software.
Result Date9/16/2021
Result
100% of students completed this assessment with a passing grade.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
Result Date5/23/2011
Result
After collating the answers to the assigned questions, 85% of the assessed students passed SLO 1.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
Result Date6/3/2015
Result
Two sections participated in this assessment. In composite, seventy-two percent (72%) of assessed students met this outcome. Looking at specifics, however, 75% of students could recognize out main ideas, while 69% could identify specific details in the reading.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
Result Date12/21/2020
Result
During the height of COVID-19, all kinds of logistical problems arose for both students and teachers. For this Fall 2020 semester, there were 2 sections of ESL 321 offered. One section did not fill with any students, and the other section only had 2 students.Results were not recorded because it rests on only 2 students. Instead, those two credit students were counted in the non-credit section for this semester.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name2. Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/23/2011
Result
After collating the answers to the assigned questions, 15% passed SLO 2.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name2. Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date6/3/2015
Result
Two sections (one day and one night) were assessed. Together, 68% of the students met this outcome. Please note, however, that this data is odd because the non-credit mirror of this course (ESL 451 for which there is also data provided for that course) shows that 80% of the non-credit students met this SLO.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name2. Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/15/2018
Result
One section of this course was assessed, and 75% of the students met this SLO.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name2. Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/18/2021
Result
There was only a single student enrolled in this credit section this Spring 21 semester. Results were not recorded because it rests on a single student. Instead, that single credit student was counted in the non-credit section for this semester.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name3. Critical Thinking
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date6/12/2015
Result
From the 2 sections that were assessed, 93% of the students met this SLO. They could properly paraphrase main ideas from the reading.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 351
Course NameAdv Reading and Vocabulary 6
Course Outcome Name3. Critical Thinking
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level, they will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions at or near the time of the final, and they will collate and report out numbers of students who succeed in answering the questions competently.
Outcome Goal
At least 70% of the students should meet this SLO.
Result Date5/18/2021
Result
There was only a single student enrolled in this credit section this Spring 21 semester. Results were not recorded because it rests on a single student. Instead, that single credit student was counted in the non-credit section for this semester.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/23/2010
Result
After collating the answers to the assigned questions, 80% of the assessed students passed SLO 1.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/23/2011
Result
After collating the answers to the assigned questions, 88% of the assessed students passed SLO 1.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/20/2012
Result
82% of students demonstrated mastery of SLO 1. Two sections of this course were assessed.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date9/19/2013
Result
Both sections of this course participated in this assessment cycle. 69% met this SLO.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name1. Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/15/2017
Result
One section participated in the assessment at the end of the year. Four questions measured attainment of the first SLO. 68% correctly identified main ideas, 59% identified details (reference), 82% correctly answered a reading comprehension (vocabulary detail) question, and 55% correctly answered a reading comprehension (detail) question. The average is 69% for SLO #1.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name2. Summary
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date9/20/2013
Result
Both sections of this course participated in this assessment cycle. 75% of our students were able to successfully summarize the reading.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name2. Summary
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/14/2017
Result
One section administered the assessment tool; 48% were able to paraphrase the reading and 57% were able to summarize it.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name3. Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/23/2010
Result
After collating the answers to the assigned questions, 35% passed SLO 3.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name3. Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date9/20/2013
Result
Both sections of this course participated in this assessment cycle. 88% of our students were able to make inferences from the reading.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (LARTS) - English as a Second Language ESL
Course IDESL 341
Course NameAdv Reading/Vocabulary 5
Course Outcome Name3. Inferences
Assessment Method
Teachers will have a common reading at this course level. They will administer common comprehension and vocabulary questions. In addition, students will write a summary of a reading, and teachers will use a common rubric to measure competency in reading skills and summary writing conventions. We have added SLO #3 (summary writing) to this year's assessment cycle.
Outcome Goal
70% of students should be able to meet this SLO.
Result Date12/14/2017
Result
According to our assessment tool and rubric two questions measured the students ability to make inferences. Consequently, 86% of the students met SLO #3.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (PE) - PE Activity PEAC
Course IDPEAC 076
Course NameAdv Strength/Body Bldg Prin.
Course Outcome NameMuscle Groups
Assessment Method
Curtis Allen/ fall 2013 = 23 out of 23 student athletes 100% were able to pass the examination.
Outcome Goal
The 70% or better completion rate were met.
Result Date5/22/2014
Result
D'Agostino- 12 students were enrolled. 11 (91%) of the students were able to pass the examination.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (PE) - PE Activity PEAC
Course IDPEAC 076
Course NameAdv Strength/Body Bldg Prin.
Course Outcome NameMuscle Groups
Assessment Method
Curtis Allen/ fall 2013 = 23 out of 23 student athletes 100% were able to pass the examination.
Outcome Goal
The 70% or better completion rate were met.
Result Date5/23/2014
Result
Curtis Allen/ Spring - 2014 / 21 students were enrolled and (100%) of the studens were able to pass the examination.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (PE) - PE Activity PEAC
Course IDPEAC 076
Course NameAdv Strength/Body Bldg Prin.
Course Outcome NameMuscle Groups
Assessment Method
Students will be given a multiple choice/fill inexamination that requires an understanding of the muscles associated with given lifts with an emphasis on the 4 major olympic lifts (squat/clean/bench/dead lift).
Outcome Goal
80% of the enrolled students should score 70% or better on the examination.
Result Date5/22/2014
Result
D'Agostino- 12 students were enrolled. 11 (91%) of the students were able to pass the examination.
 
Unit NameDiscipline (PE) - PE Activity PEAC
Course IDPEAC 076
Course NameAdv Strength/Body Bldg Prin.
Course Outcome NameMuscle Groups
Assessment Method
Students will be given a multiple choice/fill inexamination that requires an understanding of the muscles associated with given lifts with an emphasis on the 4 major olympic lifts (squat/clean/bench/dead lift).
Outcome Goal
80% of the enrolled students should score 70% or better on the examination.
Result Date5/23/2014
Result
Curtis Allen/ Spring - 2014 / 21 students were enrolled and (100%) of the studens were able to pass the examination.
 
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