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A difference this year: we have only enough funding to support internal scoring of two outcomes this year, and have committed to Cultural Literacy as one of them in order to pilot the new rubric that was developed this summer. The other outcome will be one of the other three, based on, frankly, numbers -- so that our data has a chance at being meaningful. We will use that same outcome for the Multi-State Collaborative (MSC) if we do participate this yearto be internally-scored is Quantitative Literacy. If a SAC selects an outcome that we end up NOT doing the college-wide and/or MSC scoring forare not scoring internally (i.e., Critical Thinking or Written Communication), it may still use the two-year plan. The two-year plan allows SACs time to attend a training session, design assignment(s), conduct student assessments, norm faculty evaluators to the chosen rubric, evaluate student artifacts, analyze the results, and report out at the end of Year 2.  Additional requirements for Here are the expectations for SACs that are All-In:

    • One or more faculty from the SAC MUST attend an assignment design workshop in November, so that faculty have time to add the assignment to winter or spring term courses
    • SAC must conduct some sort of assignment design workshop or training opportunity for participating instructors who did not attend the college workshop
    • Scoring:
      • For the two selected outcomesCultural Literacy and Quantitative Literacy, we will conduct a college-wide scoring event to include a minimum number of artifacts per section–focusing on students with 0-12 credits and >67 credits
      • SAC will plan its own norming and scoring session, which can be done in spring, summer, or early fall 2018  
      • SAC faculty are not required to score for the college-wide project, but are welcome to do so
    • End-of-Year Reporting 2018 must include:
      • SAC's approach to assignment design  
      • How many faculty participated
      • How part-time faculty were engaged in project
      • Any other elements of process that seem important
    • End-of-Year Reporting 2019 must include:
      • Process for norming faculty to rubric prior to SAC scoring
      • Data from SAC scoring and from college-wide/MSC scoring as available
      • Interpretation of the data
      • Action plan/action implemented or adopted for addressing areas where student achievement might be improved via instruction in 2018-19 or 2019-20
    • SAC commits to reassessing its chosen outcome, via the same or a similar protocol, in the 2019-20 academic year

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November 27, 2017: Planning sections of the LAC Focal Assessment/Reassessment Reports - Sections 1 through 3E only - or the All-In Proposal Form, if applicable; and an updated Multi-Year Plan if yours has expired. What follows are instructions only; links to the templates are provided in the Templates and Process section.

  • Use the LAC Assessment Report Form for an initial assessment, or
  • Use the LAC Reassessment Report Form for a "closing the loop" assessment (traditional or MSC), and/or 
  • Use the All-In Participation Template if your SAC is participating in this project in 2017-18, and
  • Use the CTE Multi-Year Plan template if your old one has expired
  • Help Guide for CTE Assessment & Reassessment Report Forms (created in 2014, but still relevant)
  • Help Guide for CTE Multi-Year Plan (created in 2014, but remains relevant)

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November 27, 2017: Planning sections of the LAC Assessment/Reassessment Reports - Sections 1 through 3E only – or the All-In Proposal Form, if applicable. What follows are instructions only; links to the templates are provided in the Templates and Process section.

      • Use the LAC Assessment Report Form for an initial assessment, or
      • Use the LAC Reassessment Report Form for a "closing the loop" assessment (traditional or MSC), and/or
      • Use the All-In Participation Template if your SAC is participating in this project in 2017-18
      • Help Guide for LDC/DE Assessment & Reassessment Report Forms (created in 2014, but still relevant)

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