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Planning for assessment


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Planning for assessment

  1. 1. Creating Program and Service Plans
  2. 2. Planning andAssessment Cycle1. Clarity of Mission and Outcomes2. Design Programs and Services to Deliver3. Identify Assessment Methods4. Implementation5. Assess6. Evaluate and Close the Loop
  3. 3. Evaluate and Improve totransform and advancestudent learning.
  4. 4. Step 1Clarity of Mission andOutcomes  Department Mission  Department Goals  Program/Service Outcomes
  5. 5. Step 2Design Programs andServices to Deliver  Best Practices to Deliver Outcomes  How you teach  How you serve  Ensure all outcomes are covered
  6. 6. Step 3Identify AssessmentMethods  How will you measure the outcomes?  Data Collection  Data Analysis
  7. 7. Step 4Implementation  DO!  Facilitate, Engage, Respond, Te ach
  8. 8. Step 5Assess  DO!  Measure, Ask, Analyze
  9. 9. Step 6Evaluate and Close the Loop  Did you reach the intended outcomes?  What did you do well to accomplish outcomes?  What can be improved?  What need to be stopped?  Where do you document for next time?
  10. 10. Evaluate and Improve totransform and advancestudent learning.
  11. 11.  Read article by Johnson (2009) Defining Reflection inStudent Affairs: A New Culture of Approach Respond What is reflection?  What is reflective practice? Why is reflective practice important to the planning and assessment process? How do you create time for reflection? How can you help others create time for reflection?