Assessing Institution Student Learning Outcomes

Human Diversity ISLO

Human Diversity involves the ability to recognize, interpret and respond to the differences and commonalities among people in the workplace and the learning environment.

Human Diversity ISLO in three levels – according to the area of Bloom’s Taxonomy addressed: Human Diversity CSLOs reviewed this year Not Met Met Exceeded
Remember/Understand Students demonstrate human diversity at this level by: Recognize their own unique qualities were shaped by culture and that culture impacts their attitude, beliefs, and experiences; articulate insights into their own cultural rules and biases. % % %
Apply/Analyze Students demonstrate human diversity at this level by: Analyze, integrate, and apply knowledge from multiple points of view, and demonstrate effective working relationships with people who are similar to and different from them; initiate and develop productive interactions with those who are different. % % %
Evaluate/Create Students demonstrate human diversity at this level by: Engage communities as a way to break down barriers between people of different cultures; respectfully participate as citizens of local, global, and digital communities; evaluate their own culture or worldview, as well as the views of others in search of a clear and coherent understanding of how cultures can interact to positively affect individuals, communities, and circumstances. % % %

 

Effective Communication ISLO

Effective communication is evidenced by the ability to identify relationships among ideas, point of view, and language choices by reading and writing critically.

Effective Communication ISLO in three levels – according to the area of Bloom’s Taxonomy addressed: Effective Communication CSLOs reviewed this year Not Met Met Exceeded
Remember/Understand Students demonstrate effective communication at this level by: Reading and listening analytically with understanding and openness toward other points of view; writing and speaking clearly, accurately, fluently and with a sense of continuity. % % %
Apply/Analyze Students demonstrate effective communication at this level by: Recognizing academic and personal obstacles to learning and demonstrating strategies to overcome them; showing respect for self and others; communicating needs and making decisions. % % %
Evaluate/Create Students demonstrate effective communication at this level by: Articulating and setting priorities; making ethical decisions; working independently as well as cooperatively to develop awareness of and sense of responsibility for the wider community. % % %

Critical Thinking ISLO

Critical thinking is defined as disciplined thinking that is clear, rational, open-minded, and informed by evidence. Coursework is designed to challenge a student’s ability to problem solve and analyze given the demands of an ever-changing workplace within a diverse culture.

Critical Thinking ISLO in three levels – according to the area of Bloom’s Taxonomy addressed: Critical Thinking CSLOs reviewed this year Not Met Met Exceeded
Remember/Understand Students demonstrate critical thinking at this level by: Recognizing the need for both quantitative and qualitative information while formulating questions; identifying available technologies/analytical methods; discerning that accurate and complete information is the basis for effective decision making. % % %
Apply/Analyze Students demonstrate critical thinking at this level by: Demonstrating skill gathering information from and within a certain field; analyzing, interpreting and synthesizing information, strategies, resources, evidence, and/or assumptions. % % %
Evaluate/Create Students demonstrate critical thinking at this level by: Evaluating and testing solutions on the basis of origin, viewpoint, currency, relevance, completeness, validity and appropriateness; using creativity to generate diverse possible solutions and articulating reasoned solutions to others. % % %