# VICTOR VALLEY COLLEGE Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) Assessment Report Program Assessment -Trends

```VICTOR VALLEY COLLEGE
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) Assessment Report
Program Assessment -Trends
Division: ___STEM_______________
Program Learning Outcomes
Program: __Mathematics__1701___
Criteria for
Success
Math 226 – Student
70% will pass
demonstrates ability to calculate assessment item
finding a limit.
Data Results
Spring 2013
51 out of 58
passed; 88%
Data Results
Fall 2013
16 out of 20
passed; 80%
Data Results
Spring 2014
28 out of 33
passed; 85%
2. estimate arithmetic, algebraic,
geometric, spatial, and statistical
solutions.
Math 227 – The student must
apply Simpson’s Rule or
Taylor’s approximation to a
problem which is unsolvable
using other calculus techniques.
70% will pass
assessment item
28 out of 28
passed; 100%
14 out of 15
passed; 93.3%
34 out of 44
passed; 63%
3. solve arithmetic, algebraic,
geometric, spatial, and statistical
expressions, equations, functions,
and problems using appropriate
technology.
Math 270 – The students must
show the solution to a first and
a second order differential
equations given initial
conditions
70% will pass
assessment item
63 out of 72
passed; 87.5%
Not offered in
fall 2013
14 out of 22
passed; 64%
4. represent mathematical
information numerically,
symbolically, graphically,
verbally, and visually using
appropriate technology.
Math 105 – The student must
analyze a polynomial graph
using mathematical tools
developed in the course
70% will pass
assessment item
45 out of 59
passed; 76%
66 out of 76
passed; 86.8%
94 out of 130
passed; 72%
70% will pass
assessment item
21 out of 32
passed; 65.6%
50 out of 88
passed; 56.8%
124 out of 158
passed; 78%
1. calculate arithmetic, algebraic,
geometric, spatial, and statistical
quantities using appropriate
technology.
Methods of Assessment
5. interpret mathematical and
Math 120 – Hypothesis test
statistical models such as
assignment
formulas, functions, graphs, tables,
and schematics, drawing
conclusions and making inferences
based on those models.
6. develop mathematical and
statistical models such as
formulas, functions, graphs, tables,
and schematics using appropriate
technology.
Math 228 – The student must
divergence to visualize and
analyze a multi-dimensional
model.
70% will pass
assessment item
15 out of 18
passed; 83%
submitted
19 out of 24
passed; 79%
7. communicate mathematical
theories and ideas clearly and
concisely to others in the oral and
written form.
Math 231 – The student must be 70% will pass
able to write a proof of some
assessment item
property of vector spaces.
27 out of 39
passed; 69%
Not offered in
fall 2013
20 out of 36
passed; 55.5%
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