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Assessment Reporting Templates and Process


Printable Checklist with Due Dates

November 30, 2020?, submit to


Due Dates for LDC-DE

November 30, 2020?, submit to


LDC-DE Coaching assignments will be available in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact one of the following individuals:

    • Nichole Reding-Hoffart, Academic Support CoordinatorSpecialist, 971-722-4555,
    • Nora Stevens, LAC Vice-Chair 2020-2021,

CTE Coaches will be assigned in the fall.


LAC Learning Outcome Assessment Class for PCC Faculty Teaching Credit Courses

Class details TBD.

This class is ideal for faculty involved in program/discipline assessment through their SAC or for those who want to explore the heart of the biggest mystery in higher ed today. It is intended for PCC full-time and adjunct faculty members who teach credit courses.

Here are a few of the topics:

    • How does grading in my class differ from assessing at the program/discipline level?
    • What are the pressures on higher education that are driving changes in accreditation regarding assessment and accountability? How are PCC and other institutions responding? What is happening internationally?
    • What does a quality assessment process at the program/discipline-level look like at PCC (i.e., sample size, norming, direct/indirect, full-time and part-time faculty participation, signature assignments, exam, portfolio, rubrics, checklists, trending, LDC-DE and CTE concerns, etc.)?

Expectations of participants:

      • Attendance at all or most of the classes
      • Presentation of an assessment activity at the end of the course that could be used in your SAC, or in your class, that addresses one or more of the core outcomes
      • (Optional): Directed readings outside of class--one to two hours per week.


The LAC is currently working on a new remote and modular format Learning Assessment Tutorial. This way, those brand new to assessment, and those who have been doing this work for a long time, can pick and choose shorter pieces of training. There will be basic Assessment 101 modules, as well as some that go deeper into processes such as preparing signature assignments for GEARS. Stay tuned!

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