ANNUAL REPORT ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING (Template) General Directions: 1. Be as straightforward and succinct as you can in your reporting. 2. Feel free to report if your program has had difficulty creating goals, or assessments around those goals. Please describe what the issues are around assessment. 3. The mapping template in section I. can be re-used every year, but should be reviewed and updated when goals and/or outcomes change, assessment tools are added and new course are developed. 4. Note that every annual assessment report done during the time covered for program review can be inserted into your program review in its annual report form. The program review assessment section will ask for identical information as the annual report. 5. This report may fulfill annual reporting requirements for your college. Please check with your Dean. I. Describe program goals and outcomes Using University Baccalaureate goals and program mapping template for I-IV 1. 2. 3. 4. II. List program goals Student learning outcomes for accomplishment of goals; Identify classes with embedded assessment that address program goals or another tool that is being used outside of courses (e.g., a standardized inventory) Map goals to University BACC goals Establish a 4-5 year cycle for covering all program goals; which goals will be assessed any given year Assessing program goals and learning outcomes A. Direct Evidence: For goal(s) being addressed: 1. Describe the tool you used to determine attainment of your goal(s) and the criteria for classifying students into a., b., and c. (see #2 below), 2. What proportion of your students (or sample of students): a. failed to meet expectations b. met expectations c. exceeded expectations B. Indirect Evidence: Organized around program goals (any of the following tools are acceptable. If you have other tools, please describe). 1. 2. 3. 4. Student Satisfaction Student accomplishments Student class evaluations Alumni surveys C. Feedback loop: please provide a brief narrative to answer the following questions. 1. Has your program changed its curriculum in the past year? a. - If yes, what assessment data caused you to make the change? - Or if there was no assessment data, what information caused you to make the change? b. If no changes were made, how did you decide no changes were needed? 2. Targeted plan to address weaknesses that you found in attainment of goals D. Executive summary of assessment results 1. Provide a brief narrative summarizing your assessment results (no more than one page, single spaced). Addendum If there are additional analyses that your program would like to share, please include them in this addendum section.