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  • Lower levels are rote memorization or surface level learning. Procedural knowledge and answers can be found in materials provided.Higher levels are meaningful or deep learning. Students creative, original and critical thinking are required.
  • Stu emp workgroup intro

    1. 1. Student EmployeeOutcome WorkgroupIntroductory Meeting4.19.11 Prepared by Amber Garrison Duncan University of Oregon
    2. 2. Purpose Understand the role student employment on the growth and development of students Identify learning outcomes for students in student employment Identify opportunities for shared training Outline standard process for evaluation of student performance and to document student learning
    3. 3. Start with the end in mind. What knowledge, skills or abilities does a student need to know to be hired? (hiring) What do you want the student to learn to do their job? (outcome) What activity will facilitate the learning? (training) How will student demonstrate performance on the job? (assessment) How will you improve hiring and training for next time? (improvement)
    4. 4. EXAMPLE CAMPUSES
    5. 5. Learning Outcomes……are goals that describe how a student will be different because of a learning experience. More specifically, learning outcomes are the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and habits of mind that students take with them from a learning experience. (Suskie, 2009).
    6. 6. Brainstorm What do you want the student to be able to know or do as a result of participation? What knowledge, skill or ability should the ideal participant demonstrate? What on the job training do you currently provide for a student employee?
    7. 7. Bloom’s Taxonomy Knowledge- aware, define, describe, label, list Comprehension- explain, generalize, give examples Application- apply, adopt, construct, demonstrate Analysis- analyze, compare, contrast Synthesis- change, compose, plan, predict, produce Evaluation- assess, judge, defend, criticize, conclude
    8. 8. Learning Outcome FormulaAs a result of Student will be able to Observable Program or Action Verb knowledge, skill Service (Bloom’s) or attitudeAs a result of Student will be able to working in the EMU Campus execute Scheduling event logistics Office
    9. 9. As a result of student employment, student will… Demonstrate effective time management and responsibility to a paid position Demonstrate conflict management skills Evaluate a crisis situation and take immediate action Explain scheduling processes Adopt customer service principles
    10. 10. Workgroup Process Individuals review job descriptions and define common skill sets Workgroup reviews individual works and defines common skill sets Skill sets placed along a continuum of Bloom’s taxonomy to reflect varying levels of work responsibility Common training opportunities explored Common evaluation process explored
    11. 11. Example ContinuumKnowledg Comprehend Application Analysis Synthesis EvaluationeAware Explain Apply Analyze Plan DefendDefine Generalize Adopt Compare Predict CriticizeDescribe Give Demonstrat Contrast Produce Assess examples eLabel Change RespondListBasic Advanced
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