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Welcome to the EWC Outcomes Assessment reporting area. Three kinds of reports can be submitted from this area. Each report is described below.
Most users will only submit a CAT Report. CAT stands for Classroom Assessment Technique.
Every fall and spring, each instructor will conduct some type of informal assessment of their own teaching, of student learning, or of the effectiveness of a lesson or activity within one of their classes using at least one classroom assessment technique. The CAT Report tool is used to identify the technique you used, what you discovered about what you assessed, and your reaction to that discovery.
Only certain faculty are required to submit a Course Assessment each year.
Every year, at least one course of instruction per department will be reviewed by faculty members in order to explore student outcomes, student assessment, and classroom assessment. Student outcomes will be associated with the EWC Core Competencies. The Course Assessment tool is used to report these items to the Outcomes Assessment committee.
Only certain faculty are required to submit a Program Assessment each year.
Every year, at least one degree or certificate program per department will be reviewed by faculty members in order to explore achievement of the program goals and objectives, the EWC Core Competencies, as well as defined student learning outcomes. The Program Assessment tool is used to report these items to the Outcomes Assessment committee.