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  • Educational Program Assessment Fall 2013 Convocation Kris Ogden
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  • Goals Review Educational Program Assessment Annual Schedule Providing and Reviewing General Education and Program Assessment Data Next Steps
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  • Outcomes for Today Identify your role in educational program assessment. Access the schedule of important dates and deadlines. Apply assessment results in evaluating programs. Acknowledge a better understanding of general education outcomes and program outcomes.
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  • Program Coordinators A faculty member academically qualified in the field will be assigned to degree and certificate programs. The primary responsibility of program coordinators is for program coordination, as well as curriculum development and review.
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  • Program Coordinators ProgramCoordinator Accounting - AASLinda Mallory Administration of Justice - AAS Jason Ferguson Administrative Support Technology - AAS Brent Lester Business Administration - AA&S Ernie Wade Business Management - CSC Paul Morrison Criminal Justice - CSCJason Ferguson Culinary Arts - AAS& CERT Dominick Launi General Clerical - CSCBrent Lester Health TechnologiesJane Pearson IST - Programming - AASPaul Forrest Management - AASPaul Morrison Medical Coding - CSCBrent Lester ProgramCoordinator Communication Design - AAS Donna Hobbs Education - AA&SJohn McCullough General Studies AA&S & General Education CERT Matt Poteat Liberal Arts - AA&SCharles Poff Computer Numerical Control - CSC Lynn Dillard Engineering - ASKirk Gomes Engineering Tech -AASKirk Gomes Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning - CSC Mike Alderman Machine Tool Diploma & Machine Shop - CERT, Lynn Dillard Science - AA&S Tim Rhoads Welding - CSC Jewel Newman
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  • Program Heads Certain programs, particularly in Allied Health, are mandated by outside accrediting agencies to have a designated program head.
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  • Program Heads Program Program Head Emergency Med Tec- Intermediate - CSC Jason Ferguson Emergency Medical Tech - Basic - CSC Jason Ferguson EMS - Paramedic - AASJason Ferguson Medical Laboratory Technology - AAS Robin Levandoski Pharmacy Technology - CSC Jason Ferguson Radiologic Technology - AAS Cheryl Cunningham Respiratory Therapy Technology - AAS Wendy Ayers
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  • Department Coordinator A faculty member qualified in the field will be assigned to coordinate the department. The overall purpose of a Department Coordinator is to ensure quality instruction within the field of study.
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  • Department Coordinators Department CoordinatorDiscipline David McGeeHistory James PattersonHumanities Gary RandolphEnglish Tim RhoadsScience Tom SparhawkSocial Sciences Ernie WadeBusiness Cindy WallinMathematics
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  • General Education Task Force Affirm the general education competencies as defined by the VCCS Identify CVCC general education student learning outcomes Review results of the CVCCs general education assessments Identify the extent to which associate- degree graduates have attained general education outcomes Identify action steps for continuous improvement
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  • Annual Schedule
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  • Program Goal Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Measures Target Goals Results and Findings Actions Based on Results Evidence of Improvement CVCC Assessment Cycle
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  • Schedule ActivityDue DatePerson Responsible Provide program and General Education Assessment Data. By August 15Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning Review results and enter findings. By September 15Program Coordinators and Program Heads Share results and findings with Division Deans, Advisory Boards and other program faculty. Develop actions steps. By October 15Program Coordinators and Programs Heads Make improvements based on action steps. By November 1Program Coordinators and Program Heads Review and update program goals, program outcomes, curriculum maps, program specific student learning outcomes, target goals, and assessment measures. By November 15Program Coordinators and Program Heads
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  • Schedule (cont.) ActivityDue DatePerson Responsible Program Coordinators, Program Heads, and Division Deans are responsible for the implementation of Action Steps and communicating them. OngoingProgram Coordinators, Program Heads, Department Coordinators and Division Deans Implement, document, and evaluate the success of the action steps and enter follow-up on action steps. By April 1Program Coordinators and Program Heads Final review and approval of completed education program assessments. By April 30Program Coordinators, Program Heads, Division Deans, and VP for Academic Affairs
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  • Assessment Results Tiger, Bud Blake
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  • General Education General education is that portion of the collegiate experience that addresses the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values characteristic of educated persons. It is unbounded by disciplines and honors the connections among bodies of knowledge. The associate degree programs within the VCCS support a collegiate experience that focuses on seven goal areas. The general education goal areas outlined are to be introduced in the foundational courses and enhanced in program and elective courses. ~ VCCS Policy Manual Table 5-1A
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  • General Education Goals 1. Communication 2. Critical Thinking 3. Cultural and Social Understanding 4. Information Literacy 5. Personal Development 6. Quantitative Reasoning 7. Scientific Reasoning
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  • General Education Assessment Results ETS Proficiency Profile Abbreviated form Skills Subscores Reading Writing Critical Thinking Mathematics Context-Based Subscores Humanities Social Sciences Natural Sciences Associate Degree Graduates
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  • Skills Mathematics Solving arithmetic problems with some complications such as embedded ratios and proportions. Writing Recognizing the most grammatically correct revision of a clause, sentence or group of sentences. Reading Recognizing factual material explicitly presented in a reading passage.
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  • Skills (Cont.) Critical Thinking Determining the relevance of information for evaluating an argument or conclusion. Discerning the main idea, purpose, or focus of a passage or a significant portion of the passage.
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  • Program Viability Institutional Size Degree Programs Certificates & Diplomas Transfer (AA, AS, AA&S) AAA, AAS Agriculture & Natural Resources, Business, Arts & Design, Public Service Technologies AAS Engineering, Mechanical and Industrial Technologies AAS Health Technologies FTES GradsFTESGradsFTESGradsFTESGradsFTESGrads 1800 - 4999221516111289696 In order to meet the SCHEV/VCCS viability standard using a 3-year average, programs must either meet the FTE or the graduate standard.
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  • Graduate Survey Results Spring 2013
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  • Students Earning a Transfer Degree
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  • Other Program Outcomes Success rate on certification exams Job placement Transfer rate Success after transfer The top five colleges and universities for General Studies AA&S transfer and graduation are: Lynchburg College, Liberty University, James Madison University, Old Dominion University, Virginia Tech Between 2006-2012 74% of General Studies AA&S graduates enrolled in a 4-year college.
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  • Next Steps
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  • You want me to do what?
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  • Communicate Innovate Collaborate Document, Document, Document
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  • Documentation E-mails or documentation of other types of communication Examples of assignments Summarized Results Rubrics, Portfolio Assignments Meeting Minutes Members present, including titles Date (including year), time, location Spell out acronyms
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  • Important Links CVCC Employee Manual https://employee.cvcc.vccs.edu/Manual/Pages /Home.aspx https://employee.cvcc.vccs.edu/Manual/Pages /Home.aspx IE Website http://www.cvcc.vccs.edu/iesp/http://www.cvcc.vccs.edu/iesp/ VCCS Policy Manual Section 5 http://www.vccs.edu/Portals/0/ContentAreas /PolicyManual/Sectn5.pdf http://www.vccs.edu/Portals/0/ContentAreas /PolicyManual/Sectn5.pdf CVCC College Catalog http://www.cvcc.vccs.edu/Academics/Catalog /default.asp http://www.cvcc.vccs.edu/Academics/Catalog /default.asp SACS COC http://www.sacscoc.org/pol.asphttp://www.sacscoc.org/pol.asp

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