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Spring Planning 2012

Spring Planning 2012
Course Learning Outcomes Workshop

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  • 1. The extent each “program” orunit is contributing to theoverall achievement ofstudents and the institution asa whole.
  • 2. The standards that Daytona State Collegestudents must meet prior to graduating:• critical/creative thinking• cultural literacy• communication• information and technical literacy
  • 3. • Each must tie back to an Institutional Outcome• Minimum of 3 measures• Can be evaluated in any course in program• Critical Course Activities are associated using Rubrics
  • 4. Institutional Outcomes IOProgram/Departm ent Outcomes PO1 PO2 Course Learning Outcomes CLO1 CLO2 CLO3Rubrics & Learning Activities R1 R2 R3 R4
  • 5. Institutional Level Institutional Institutional Outcomes RubricsProgram/Department Level Program/Department Outcome Program/Department Rubric OR ORCourse Template Level Course Course Outcome RubricCourse Offering Level AND Learning Activity ABC1001_01_SP12 ABC1001_02_SP12 ABC1001_V1_SP12
  • 6. Institutional Level Institutional Institutional Outcomes RubricsProgram/Department Level Program/Department Outcome Program/Department RubricCourse Template Level Course Course Outcome RubricCourse Offering Level Learning Activity ABC1001_01_SP12 ABC1001_02_SP12 ABC1001_V1_SP12
  • 7. OutcomeStructureView
  • 8. You will need to have identified: – Critical Learning Activities – Which Activities support which Course Outcomes – What Rubrics will be used to assess the Activities
  • 9. The following should already be completed: – Learning Activities in your course should be created – Rubrics should be created • See Rubrics for Grading training material for more information • Available in the Florida Online Academy & Resources – Course Outcome structure should be created • See your Department Chair/Program Coordinator for more information or questions
  • 10. We will look at five examplesof implementing course outcomes 1. Course Builder 2. Dropbox 3. Discussion 4. Gradebook Item 5. Quiz
  • 11. How-To – Course Outcomes
  • 12. • Browse Existing Objects > Course Outcomes• Drag desired Course Outcome onto Activity4/9/2012 15
  • 13. • Confirmation Message• Course Outcomes in Detail pane4/9/2012 16
  • 14. • Activity is Associated but not being evaluated• Need to tie in an assessment (Rubric)• Select Action Menu > Add Assessment4/9/2012 17
  • 15. • Choose “Select Rubric” button• Select radio button to identify desired rubric• Select “Save” button4/9/2012 18
  • 16. AnalyticRubricExample(custompoints)4/9/2012 Criteria Achievement Threshold 19
  • 17. • Select evaluation Criteria – Overall Rubric Score or – Individual selected rubric criteria• Set as a Required Activity• Set minimum Achievement Threshold 4/9/2012 20
  • 18. • Select Save to record assessment settings• Details Pane is updated4/9/2012 21
  • 19. • Details of Course Outcome Object – Browse Objects > Course Outcomes > Details• Shows activities used4/9/2012 22
  • 20. How-To – Course Outcomes
  • 21. • Edit the Dropbox Folder• Select the Objectives Tab4/9/2012 24
  • 22. • Select “Associate Course Outcomes” button• Locate desired course outcome in list• Identify with checkmark• Select “Add Selected” button 4/9/2012 25
  • 23. • Select “Add Assessment Method” link• Choose “Select Rubric” button• Select radio button to identify desired rubric• Select “Save” button 4/9/2012 26
  • 24. AnalyticRubricExample(custompoints) 4/9/2012 27 Criteria Achievement Threshold
  • 25. • Select evaluation Criteria – Overall Rubric Score or – Individual selected rubric criteria• Set as a Required Activity• Set minimum Achievement Threshold4/9/2012 28
  • 26. Select Save to record assessment settings4/9/2012 29
  • 27. How-To – Course Outcomes
  • 28. • Rubrics are only viewable to students when attached to the gradebook item.• Instructors can grade using rubric• Must manually enter grade from rubric to grade item• See Grade Item setup for details4/9/2012 31
  • 29. How-To – Course Outcomes
  • 30. • Edit the Grade Item • Select the Objectives Tab4/9/2012 44
  • 31. • Select “Associate Course Outcomes” button• Locate desired course outcome in list• Identify with checkmark• Select “Add Selected” button 4/9/2012 45
  • 32. • Select “Add Assessment Method” link• Choose the Assessment Type – Numeric or Rubric• If Numeric – Enter the Achievement Threshold score• If Rubric – Select the desired Rubric 4/9/2012 46
  • 33. • Select “Save” button• Add additional Course Outcomes if necessary 4/9/2012 47
  • 34. How-To – Course Outcomes
  • 35. Achievement Threshold4/9/2012 49
  • 36. • Edit Quiz• Select Objectives tab4/9/2012 50
  • 37. • Select “Associate Course Outcomes” button• Locate desired course outcome in list• Identify with checkmark• Select “Add Selected” button 4/9/2012 51
  • 38. • Associate the entire quiz • Select the desired or select a section of questions and/or sections questions • Select “Associate• Select “Edit Associated Questions” button Questions” button4/9/2012 52
  • 39. • Select “Add Assessment Method” link• Choose the Assessment Type – Numeric or Rubric• If Numeric – Enter the Achievement Threshold score• If Rubric – Select the desired Rubric 4/9/2012 53
  • 40. • Florida Online Academy Resources• Faculty Innovation Center Bldg 210/Room 206F• HELP = (386) 506-3849• online@daytonastate.edu