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16 October 2015Joachin Arias, SLO CoordinatorEdward Pai, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness
Program Review 2.0 Training:SLO Assessment Participation Module
SLOs: What do the Standards say?
II.A. InstructionalPrograms1. All instructional programs, regardless of location or means of delivery, including distance education and correspondence education, are offered in fields of study consistent with the institution’s mission, are appropriate to higher education, andculminate in student attainment of identified student learning outcomes, and achievement of degrees, certificates, employment, or transfer to other higher education programs. (ER 9 and ER 11)
Courses: What do the Standards say?
II.A.3. Theinstitution identifies and regularly assesses learning outcomes for courses, programs, certificates and degrees using established institutional procedures.The institution has officially approved and current course outlines that include student learning outcomes. In every class section students receive a course syllabus that includes learning outcomes from the institution’s officially approved course outline.
Programs: What do the Standards say?
II.A.11. Theinstitutionincludes in all of its programs, student learning outcomes, appropriate to the program level,in:communication competency,informationcompetency,quantitativecompetency,analyticinquiry skills,ethicalreasoning,theability to engage diverse perspectives,andother program-specific learning outcomes.
Programs: What do the Standards say?
12. The institution requires of all of its degree programs a component of general education based on a carefully considered philosophy for both associate and baccalaureate degrees that is clearly stated in its catalog. The institution, relying on faculty expertise,determines the appropriateness of each course for inclusion in the general education curriculum, based upon student learning outcomes and competencies appropriate to the degree level. The learning outcomes include a student’s preparation for and acceptance of responsible participation in civil society, skills for lifelong learning and application of learning, and a broad comprehension of the development of knowledge, practice, and interpretive approaches in the arts and humanities, the sciences, mathematics, and social sciences. (ER 12)
How have we addressed the requirements?
From the 2015 ACCJC Annual Report:
Where is the college now?





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Program Review 2.0 Training -