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Efficient SLO Development Across Courses: The Example of History.
 

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Presentation on how we developed and deploy Student Learning Outcomes assessment for History at MiraCosta College. Creative Commons licensed Lisa M Lane Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2012.

Presentation on how we developed and deploy Student Learning Outcomes assessment for History at MiraCosta College. Creative Commons licensed Lisa M Lane Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2012.

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    Efficient SLO Development Across Courses: The Example of History. Efficient SLO Development Across Courses: The Example of History. Presentation Transcript

    • Efficient SLO Development Across Courses: The Example of History Lisa M Lane
      • Goals:
      • four SLOs
      • easy application across courses
      • individual faculty choice of method
      • standardized evaluation and reporting
      • collaborative response
    • Step 1: Develop objectives in terms of what students should be able to do in the discipline’s courses. SLO #1 SLO #2 SLO #3 SLO #4 apply to all History courses different for each GE area
    • Step 2: Set a standard for success. 70% or more correct for that SLO = good less than 70% = may need evalution of SLO or teaching method/material
    • Step 3: Faculty choice of method + standardized reporting department sample assessment individual faculty assessment assignment treated as assessment
    • Step 4: Make everything easy to find Schedule SLOs Sample tests Reporting forms
    • The End