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1 Gail G. Evans Senior Fellow, AAC&U Building Campus Change Through Curricular Mapping AAC&U General Education & Assessment Network Meeting February 27, 2014 Portland, OR

2 2 Presentation Overview LEAP What are LEAPs Essential Learning Outcomes? CUSP II How do SF States strategic goals map to LEAP outcomes? BAC How do CSU & SF State baccalaureate outcomes map to LEAP outcomes? ePortfolios How can ePortfolios help demonstrate student achievement of LEAP, institutional, baccalaureate, and course outcomes?

3 3 Mapping Artifacts to Institutional Outcomes LEAP Personal & Social Responsibility CUSP II Social Justice & Equity BAC Appreciation for Diversity Ethical Engagement DEPT/ PROGRAM Identify the connection between social justice, health equity, and personal & community health Course Shoot & produce a documentary on a health & social justice issue ARIFACTS Video Reflection Texts & Resources

4 4 LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes LEAP 1 Knowledge of Human Cultures & the Physical World LEAP 2 Intellectual & Practical Skills LEAP 3 Personal & Social Responsibility LEAP 4 Integrative Learning

5 5 SF State CUSP II Strategic Plan Goal 1 Social Justice & Equity Goal 2 Writing Proficiency Goal 3 High-quality Post-baccalaureate Education Goal 4 Internationalization Goal 5 Participation in University Life Goal 6 A Resource to the Community

6 6 Executive Order for General Education TO: California State University FROM: CSU Chancellor Reed Re: General Education & LEAP Date: June, 2008 Each CSU campus shall define its GE student learning outcomes to fit within the framework of the four Essential Learning Outcomes drawn for the LEAP campaign, an initiative of the Association of American Colleges and Universities.

7 7 San Francisco States Baccalaureate Goals SF State undergraduates will emerge from their studies with a breadth and depth of knowledge and understanding developed from integrating their course work and academic experiences in both general education and in the major… We expect the following interconnected educational outcomes from a baccalaureate of SF State:

8 8 Presentation Overview LEAP What are LEAPs Essential Learning Outcomes? CUSP II How do SF States strategic goals map to LEAP outcomes? BAC How do CSU & SF State baccalaureate goals map to LEAP outcomes? ePortfolios How can ePortfolios help demonstrate student achievement of LEAP, institutional, undergraduate, and course outcomes?

9 9 Goal 1 Competencies for Lifelong Intellectual Endeavors L=2 Goal 2 Intellectual Attainments L=1 Goal 3 Appreciation for Diversity L=3 Goal 4 Ethical Engagement L=3 Goal 5 Integration & Application of Knowledge L=4 Goal 6 Qualities of Mind and Spirit L=1,2,3 & 4 San Francisco States Baccalaureate Goals

10 10 Exercise #1 At your tables, either work as a whole group, or divide into two or three smaller groups, whichever you prefer. Choose one of your institutions for which you will develop a model. For that institution: O State or write 1-2 institutional/baccalaureate outcomes. O Map those outcomes to the LEAP outcomes and the strategic plan, if applicable. If there is no viable strategic plan, what might be a strategic goal that could be derived from the institutions mission statement? O Map 1-2 GE Program Outcomes to the institutional outcomes. (If the institution doesnt have GE Outcomes, please write 1-2).

11 11 Physical Science Learning Outcomes Lifelong Intellectual Endeavor describe methods of inquiry and analysis characteristic of the physical sciences; Intellectual Attainment evaluate scientific information from a variety of sources and use that information to articulate well-reasoned responses to scientific concerns; Appreciation for Diversity identify alternative points of view regarding major scientific theories, research, and applications; Ethical Engagement describe ethical dilemmas arising out of contemporary scientific research and applications Integration & Application of Knowledge use scientific theories to explain phenomena observed in laboratory or field settings; and Qualities of Mind & Spirit discuss the relevance of major scientific theories and research to their lives. After completion of a lower division course in physical science, students will be able to:

12 12 Presentation Overview LEAP What are LEAPs Essential Learning Outcomes? CUSP II How do SF States strategic goals map to LEAP outcomes? BAC How do CSU & SF State baccalaureate goals map to LEAP outcomes? ePortfolios How can ePortfolios help demonstrate student achievement of LEAP, institutional, undergraduate, and course outcomes?

13 13 What is an ePortfolio? Paper-based Portfolios Electronic Portfolios

14 14 What practices are institutionalized locally that support portfolios? ePortfolio Centralize, share knowledge on teaching & learning best practices Limit # of technical solutions & integrate into current technical architecture Lower department costs & improve support through efficiencies & economies of scale Link to Strategic Planning & LEAP

15 15 Credit: La Guardia C. College Intentional & Integrated Learning

16 16 Mapping Artifacts to Institutional Goals LEAP CUSP II BAC DEPT/ PROGRAM Course Video Reflection Texts & Resources Electronic Portfolio

17 17 SF State Course Instructor: Rachel Poulain Students: Cinema Health Education Sociology Urban, Ethnic, and Women's Studies Course Student Learning Outcome : Students will be able to shoot and produce a documentary on a Health & Social Justice issue.

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19 19 Empowering the Yard Social Justice Documentaries Presented by the San Francisco State University Health Equity Initiative and the National AIDS Fund in partnership with the SF State Health Education and Cinema Departments. Video available at:

20 20 Co-creating Empowering the Yard has made a lasting impact in my life. With 1 in 100 Americans incarcerated and the growing rate of HIV/AIDS among young women, it is imperative that we listen and learn from one another… Since the film's initial screening at SF State in May 2008, Empowering the Yard has been entered and accepted to film festivals across the country and is going global. Emily Kirsch Testimonials to Student Learning

21 21 Mapping Artifacts to Institutional Outcomes LEAP Personal & Social Responsibility CUSP II Social Justice & Equity BAC Appreciation for Diversity Ethical Engagement DEPT/ PROGRAM Identify the connection between social justice, health equity, and personal & community health Course Shoot & produce a documentary on a health & social justice issue ARIFACTS Video Reflection Texts & Resources

22 22 Exercise #2 Select a GE course from the institution youre using in your example that will map easily to a LEAP, institutional, and GE outcome you selected in Exercise #1. Either use a dept/program outcome for that course, or write an appropriate one that maps to your LEAP, institutional, and GE outcome. Either use or write an appropriate course outcome. List activities (artifacts) students could complete to demonstrate mastery of the course outcome. Draw your map on the Flip Chart.

23 Thank You


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