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Alternative Method for PLOs: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel! Presented by: Mark Hoffer, Chair of English Dept. Tina McDermott, Faculty Accreditation Coordinator.

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1 Alternative Method for PLOs: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel! Presented by: Mark Hoffer, Chair of English Dept. Tina McDermott, Faculty Accreditation Coordinator / Communication Studies

2 PLO – 2 approaches Program majors – Select students – Unique assessments Program courses – All students – Existing assessments

3 Mapping up the data ILOs PLOs Aggregate data SLOs Collect data

4 Search for related SLOs PLO #1 Students in program courses will demonstrate articulate and professional verbal expression. – Comm 101 / SLO #2: Deliver an extemporaneous speech, demonstrating appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication, to an audience. – Comm 103 / SLO #1: Deliver an extemporaneous speech to an audience based on a prepared outline using credible sources and demonstrating appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication.

5 Suggestions Align PLOs numerically with SLOs Revise or re-write learning outcomes as needed to tighten relationship between SLOs and PLOs.

6 PLO #1 Participation in academic community 1400 / % SLO #1 Engl. 101 Academic Context Paper 1000/1500 SLO #1 Engl. 102 Academic Context Paper 300 / 450 SLO #1 Engl. 103 Academic Context Paper 100/150

7 PLO #1 Articulate and professional verbal expression 127 / % SLO #2 Comm 101 Verbal delivery skills Speech 90 / 148 SLO #1 Comm 103 Public Speaking Speech 37 / 50

8 ILOs Environmental scan of PLOs and SLOs Aggregate data to ILO

9 ILO #4 Problem solving using oral and written communication ENGL. PLO #1 COMM PLO #1 CHILD & FAMILY. PLO #3


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