CSAH Assessment Committee
The purpose of the CSAH Assessment Committee is to define and implement college-wide assessment policies. The committee will gladly assist departments or programs that request guidance in executing or reporting their CSAH assessment activities.
CSAH Assessment Plan
Every department and program housed in the College of Science and Health is expected to participate in the CSAH Assessment activities.
Please submit the following assessment plan between October 1st and November 1st for CSAH Assessment Committee feedback.
Feedback will be returned to your program and you can proceed with the reporting of your assessment process on the Implementation Template below.
Reporting of Assessment Process
Please submit the following implementation template by January 1st, 2014 for CSAH Assessment Committee feedback.
Example of completed documents:
General Resources Relating to Assessment
|Student Learning Outcomes||
An overview with good and bad
A “how to” guide for writing SLO’s
|Methods to Collect Evidence||
Examples of direct and indirect
Explanation of various classroom assessment techniques
|Methods to Analyze/ Evaluate||
Assessing Student Learning in
Degree Programs (Texas Tech
Guidelines for reviewing assessment plans (UC-Irvine)
|Criteria or benchmark for Success||
for program level outcomes - Pg
16 (Texas Tech University)
Setting performance targets (criteria for success)
Simple example of
More complex example of a curriculum map
Additional Online Resources
- Guidelines for Reviewing Assessment Plans (UC-Irvine)
- Integrated Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes-Highlights difference between SLO’s and Programmatic SLO’s (University of Louisville)
- Program Level Learning Goals (UC-Berkeley)
CSAH Committee Members
|Sandra Grunwald ,Chair||Chemistry & Biochemistry|
|Dan Duquette||Health Education and Health Promotion|
|Kenny Hunt||Computer Science|
|Mark Gibson||Exercise and Sport Science|
|Aileen Staffaroni||Health Professions|
|Laurie Harmon||Recreation Management and Therapeutic Recreation|
|Colin Belby||Geography & Earth Science|