Course Assessment Summary

Program/Department Course What did you learn from your outcomes assessment? Curricular/programmatic changes College-wide implications of your assessment project. Assessment reported
Kinesiology and Athletics SPORT 314

Overall, I think the students did well because it's kind of a shock to them initially.  This is different than a high school P.E. class.  This is college-level and students really had to demand more of themselves and of their bodies.  Some of them felt that they couldn't do it, but they mostly did.  This is definitely a class that re-tools them for the upcoming season.  With a new coach, we had to take the time to learn each other--what we expected from each other--and this presents a learning curve. They had to switch gears, but they definitely did it.  

12/14/2016 view
Kinesiology and Athletics TMACT 300

This is a class that students enjoy.  Most take the class for enjoyment purposes and to improve their fitness.  There is also a social element to it, which meets our goals. The social aspect of it, regardless of the level, is what it offers to all students. Each student also has the opportunity to improve from their own level. Those who have had no exposure now have the information. Those who have had exposure learn to fine-tune their skills.  The more planning that goes into this class, the better it goes. At the beginning we do technical work, mostly in warm-ups and we have a tactical topic for each class meeting.

12/14/2016 view
Early Childhood Education/Family and Consumer Science ECE 331

Students performed well in coursework and on quizzes related to student learning outcomes. Students met or exceeded expectations for all student learning outcomes. 

12/14/2016 view
Kinesiology and Athletics FITNS 381

The course went well and students met or exceeded expectations on all course Student Learning Outcomes. The levels of skill and fitness were noticeable for incoming students and this needs to be addressed in future assessments.

12/14/2016 view
Kinesiology and Athletics FITNS 331

The assessments need to be adjusted based on the incoming levels of the students, as well as on gender, and then reapplied to create a level of fairness to accomplish or meet course objectives.

12/14/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate ECON 100

The class went largely as expected.  Most of the students took it as a prepatory course for standard economics courses.  It appears that those who successfully completed the course were more confident and interested in taking additional economics courses.

 

 

 

12/14/2016 view
Mathematics MATH 402

The students who attended classes regular, studied the textbook, and did their homework did great in this class.  A couple of students have had a habit of repeating classes.  At very beginning of this class, those students may have had the thought of ready to repeat this class, and they didn't seem serious this semester.  A few students lack prerequisite skills, one in particular definitely doesn't belong to Calculus III.

Students generally did better on the early material on the final exam.  Some students did pretty well on the last chapter test but didn't do so well on the corresponding part on the final exam.  I am not sure what that means.   Some students have done well enough before the final exam to pass the course with as low as 30% on the final exam.   A new grading scheme may be developed to encourage students do well on the final exam.

 

 

12/13/2016 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
Computer Info Science: Networking & Security CISS 341

Students were able to use the publisher's cloud environment to complete most of the lab activities for the class. The hardware in the classroom lacks the wireless hardware necessary for them to complete the lab activities.

12/12/2016 view
Health Care Information Technology HCIT 160

Student writing demonstrates a lack of basic writing skills (e.g., major sentence boudary issues), a lack of analytical skills, and a lack of being able to follow directions in basic writing prompts.

12/12/2016 view
Mathematics MATH 420

The class seems to be working well in achieving SLOs.

12/12/2016 view
Mathematics MATH 410

The class seems to be working well in achieving SLOs.

12/12/2016 view
Mathematics MATH 402

The class seems to be working well in achieving SLOs.

12/12/2016 view
Architecture ARCH 327

Students overall grasped the concepts outlined but minor adjustment to the projects need to be implemented for a more solid understanding of the architectural concepts outlined.

12/12/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate MGMT 372

The Mgmt. 372 course ran extremely smooth throughout the semester and the students' performance overall were engaging and outstanding with each other, their instructor, and the course material.

12/10/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate MGMT 308

The Mgmt. 308 course ran extremely smooth throughout the semester and the students' performance overall were engaging and outstanding with each other, their instructor, and the course material.

12/10/2016 view
Health Information Technology HIT 120

Overall, students definitely met the expectations of the course. Students were able to successfuly demonstrate the application of basic coding concepts.

12/08/2016 view
Computer Info Science: Database & Programming CISP 352

Students demonstrated the ability to Design and implement SQL to include data definition language, data manipulation language, and data query language constructs. Students work showed that they understood how to design and implement queries for information extraction from databases, including sorting and grouping data, subqueries and views.  Student also were able to implement medium to complex difficulty queries in SQL using procedures, packages and triggers.  Student did however find it harder to grasp the concept of multi-table joins.  More practice problems and a dedicated lecture on this topic helped students do better in this area.  Moving forward, one additional focus topic on JOINS needs to be added to the course lecture sequence.

12/08/2016 view
English - Transfer ENGLT 303

The class schedule, chosen readings, and assignments worked very well in achieving the student learning outcomes.

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12/08/2016 view
Human Services HSER 362

This course is a necessary requirement for the Human Services degree and must continue to be taught. Students learn through direct practice in community-based organizations, counseling skills learned in the classroom.

12/08/2016 view
Human Career Development HCD 132

Students met expectations for this career development course. This is part of the Puente project and should continue to be taught as part of Puente;.

12/08/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate RE 300

I taught two sections of this course, one on-ground and one online. With the on-ground class, I'm satisfied with results of weekly quizzes and pleased with class discussion regarding various real estate concepts. The intervew project was also a success and I'm satisfied with the results.  As for the online class, I am satisfied with weekly quiz results and the interview project participation. 

12/08/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate RE 140

Generally satisfied with results from weekly quizzes. The enthusiasm related to their real estate appraisal project was great and this was heartening. 

12/08/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate RE 120

I was generally satisfied with weekly quiz results. I had students interview a real estate professional and was satisfied with the results. Overall it was a successful semester, but I'm continuing to develp course materials and ways to engage students further.

12/08/2016 view
Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Real Estate RE 110

I was satisfied with the responses in the discussion boards to different case studies. I'm also satisfied with general outcome of weekly quizzes.  I also have a class project in which students interview a local real estate professional and I was pleased with the response I got there. I'm always looking for ways to engage students further.

12/08/2016 view

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