ARE YOU NEW TO ASSESSMENT at ROSEMONT?????

This basic primer is designed to teach newcomers about Rosemont's learning assessment efforts.    Updated 5/14/18 from previous Assessment 101 document to reflect new structures of student learning assessment.

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A visual representation of Rosemont's General Education structure.

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If you are a GenED coordinator, please take a moment to review this guide.   It is a revised version of the one that was handed to you in 2016.

 

 

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GEN. ED. REPORTS--READ THIS EXAMPLE!

This is an example of a useful report.   Note that it fulfills all the requirements:  1.  It gives a brief outline of the types of assignments used to teach the rubric competencies, 2. It provides a quantitative analysis of rubric scores,  3. It provides a detailed analysis of the conclusions one can draw from the data, and  4. It "closes the loop" by posing ideas for changes to enhance student learning.
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GenEd Core rubrics

NOTE:  A general review of all General Education rubrics is underway (2015-16).   The rubrics listed here are to be used until such time as the faculty approves new or revised rubrics.  

GenEd Developing the Core rubrics

Please note that reporting on the student learning rubrics governing the Divisional requirement (Social Sciences, Humanities, Natural Sciences) have been put on hiatus until further notice.   However, courses that fulfill division requirements MUST still use the ancillary general education rubric in their coursework and report their assessment results at the end of each semester. 

VALUE Rubrics

      The following are the finalized versions of the VALUE rubrics created under the aegis of the AAC&U.   Only the ones with direct relevance to Rosemont's General Education program are listed here.   You may benefit from reading other rubrics as well, such as the ones on "teamwork" or "integrative learning."    You can find all fifteen at    http://www.aacu.org/value/rubrics/index_p.cfm?CFID=32168847&CFTOKEN=18193818