Course Assessment Summary

Program/Departmentsort descending Course What did you learn from your outcomes assessment? Curricular/programmatic changes College-wide implications of your assessment project. Assessment reported
CISC 302

Students who skip assignments do not do as well on the exams or quizzes. Students find the Access portion of the course difficult, and feel it does not pertain to their goals and needs.

Any changes to curriculum must be considered with other programs at CRC, because this course is part of a number of certificates. Changes should be vetted through the other departments prior to implementation.

04/17/2015 view
SGVT 300

Blending experiential and lecture methods that students apply to current real life situations helped students with knowledge acquisition, integration and application of leadership skills.

11/23/2014 view
ESLL 310

The students showed deficient lecture note-taking skills.

Students struggle to participate effectively showing disagreement with confidence.

12/19/2013 view
SGVT 315

Documenting an oral assessment along with the student self-assessment captured data not fully reflected in their written assessment. Blending experiential and lecture methods that students apply to current real life situations helped students with knowledge acquisition, integration and application.

Training for using technology towards an online course in leadership development.

11/04/2013 view
CISC 308

Please allow multiple methods of assessment to be selected for each SLO.

09/19/2013 view

More focus needs to be including on ensuring students meet the course SLOs

Obtaining an additional full time faculty member to teach course would provide stability

03/03/2015 view
CISC 310

It would have been nice to have the ability to select more than one method of assessment above.

I might need to give more weight to my students' performance on the hands-on assignments.

I may need to revise my SLOs to more detailed ones to be able to better assess whether not my students have met them.

I am glad that all SLOs were met at least at the Proficient level.

09/19/2013 view

Students perceive themselves as proficient in all SLOs.

Course is meeting degree goals and supports GE/college wide outcomes.

03/03/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 153 02/17/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 104

We currently have only one section of Accounting 104 which is taught by

a professor from CSUS.  Students are receiving high quality instruction

from this very experienced professor.

None Needed

09/29/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 128 12/16/2014 view
Accounting ACCT 311

Students continue to excel in Accounting 311 when a plethora of outside examples are brought to class.

The material covered in Accounting 311 is not familiar to students so working numerous problems help students retain and learn information.

N/A

09/29/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 301 05/15/2013 view
Accounting ACCT 301

Students need ample practice and review to master financial statements and to clearly understand the financial concepts used when making decisions about business operations.

09/24/2013 view
Accounting ACCT 121

Students mastered the payroll accounting concepts

NONE

01/16/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 341

Changing this to a hybrid has had a positive influence in outcomes.

There is no change in college facility requirements but this change will require a slight increase in FTE and accounting degrees and certificates will need to be revised once thios approval is made district wide.

12/13/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 125

Significant textbook errors caused problems in the class.  We will review new textbooks for future sections of this course

NONE

01/16/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 311

It appears that the current methods are working. The majority of students were proficient in the SLOs.

02/09/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 111

Changed the approach to a flipped classroom concept, whereby the students do some preparatory work before classroom lecture. In addition certain assignments are due more frequently rather than waiting for the next exam date. Both of these changes made significant improvement in overall student success.

 

07/14/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 161

Continue preparing students using IRS material. 

01/16/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 160 05/05/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 162

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A CLASS TAUGHT AT THE SAME TIME AS 160 AND 161.  AT THIS POINT THERE WERE NO STUDENTS IN 162 - ONLY 160 AND 161.  THEREFORE, THIS REPORT IS A REPORT FOR 160 AND 161.

01/16/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 107

Students have progressed well.  Students' success on exams increase as they participate

in class discussions and work in groups.

None

05/23/2016 view
Accounting ACCT 101

Repetition of material (various formats such as in lecture, homework, and the use of review problems done in class) is important in order to achieve proficiency.

02/11/2015 view
Accounting ACCT 103 02/12/2015 view

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