Presentation on theme: "Fall 2013 PDD Accreditation Overview Just Completed a Report and were Reaffirmed… Why Another Report ?!"— Presentation transcript:
Fall 2013 PDD Accreditation Overview Just Completed a Report and were Reaffirmed… Why Another Report ?!
The Standards: Four Parts Standard 1: Institutional Mission and Effectiveness Standard 2: Student Learning Programs and Services Standard 3: Resources Standard 4: Leadership and Governance Work together; interrelated Facilitates the dialogue on the institution’s effectiveness and on ways in which it may improve. The self-study provides the commission with the institutional assessment of itself as a whole. ACCJC Standards
The Process: Comprehensive Report Annual Reports Midterm Report Annual Reports Comprehensive Report College addresses Progress since Comprehensive Report Deficiencies Resolved Status of Improvement Plans (formerly Planning Agenda) Narrative Evidence College meets Standards Eligibility Requirements Commission Policies Narrative Evidence External Evaluation Team Visit Enrollment Number of courses Distance Education Transfer information Financial Student Learning Outcomes Annual Reports
2010 Process and Timeline Six-Year Cycle Comprehensive Report Annual & Follow Up Reports Annual & Follow Up Reports Midterm Report Annual Reports Comprehensive Report Accreditation Midterm Report Timeline AprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober Assemble work teams. Template in place Begin writing PDD Campus- wide Vetting/Workshop First rough draft to college by May 20 if possible Review input from rough draft and revise report. Begin gathering evidence. Continue editing; gather evidence; create hard copies Finalize report and check all evidence links. Board Update August 13, nd Campus-wide Vetting/Discussion with the constituency groups 1st Board reading – September 24, 2013 Approval? 2 nd Reading to the Board for approval October 8, 2013 FedEx copies to ACCJC by October 11, 2013
2010 Recommendation 2 The team recognizes that progress has occurred with identification of course level student learning outcomes; however, the team recommends that efforts be accelerated to complete SLO identification and expand recurrent cycles of authentic assessment and improvement for all instructional and student services programs, with campus-wide dialogue on results, in order to reach proficiency level by Furthermore, faculty and others directly responsible for student progress towards achieving student learning outcomes should have, as a component of their evaluation, effectiveness in producing those learning outcomes. EVC Midterm Update
Purchase SLO Software (CurricUNET Meta with supplemental SLO Assessment Tracking and Program Review Modules) SLO Evaluation Component Campus-wide discussions and forums Constituent Meetings Accreditation Steering Committee Meetings EVC Update Cont.
SLO Progress Fall ‘12 PDDFall ’13 PDD 58% 92% 26% 60% Courses 21% 41% Programs 65% 96% SS 54% 80% Courses 29% 88% Programs SS
ILO Updates Mapping Assessment NAH 44%LA 41% MSE/BWF 31% SS 29% SSHAPE 20% 2012 ILO 3: Information Competency ILO 4: Social Responsibility 12/13 ILO 2: Inquiry Reasoning: data analysis underway 13/14 ILO 1: Communication ILO 5: Personal Development
Progress to pink assessment loop PDD activities Semester assessment/analysis/documentation Reassess & document Community Dialogue Curriculum Management System CurricUNET Meta + SLO + PR Modules Training to start Spring 2014 SLO: Future Plans