Program Planning & Assessment
Program Planning and Assessment Minutes|
Hartnell College CAB 209- 411 Central Salinas, CA
March 9, 2009 at 3:00PM
Dr. Kelly Locke, Chair
Dr. Kathleen Rose, Co-Chair
Kathy Mendelsohn, Kelly Locke, Langston Johnson, Carol Kimbrough, Cheryl O’Donnell, Margaret Mayfield
|Topic:||Program Planning and Assessment Rubric|
|Summary of Agenda Item:||A handout was distributed to the committee, Kelly explained how the Rubric was created at College of Marin. This Rubric was divided into three sections |
a) “Rating Rubric for Instructional Equipment Requests in Program Review” this at the same time has been divided into Application: how will the equipment be used?, Instruction: how will the equipment improve instruction for student Learning Success?, Access: how will access be improved for Student Learning Success?, Outcomes: what Student Learning or other outcomes are expected?, Assessment: how will the outcomes be measured for Future planning? and Evidence: what data or evidence supports request? Then Program Review provides strong evidence supported by data that requested equipment can be shared with other disciplines, is needed to improve instruction and student learning, will accommodate or attract additional students (specific #), is essential to student learning and completely describes what SLO’s or other outcomes are expected, assess quantitative/qualitative data and other evidence to measure and assess outcomes for future planning, that discipline health requires equipment and that requested equipment serves many EMP goals.
b) “Rating Rubric for part-time credit units” how to request more adjuncts. This Rubric self explains how to request additional adjuncts base on questions/information provided by the different departments like: Application: how will the additional units be used?, Evidence: what data or evidence supports your projected requirements? Instruction: how will instruction be improved for Student Learning and success? Outcomes: what Student Learning or other outcomes are expected? Assessment: how will the outcomes be measured for future planning?
c) “Rating Rubric for Part-time Credit Unit” how to request Classified staffing. Again this Rubric shows how the different departments will request additional Classified staff base of the information provided. Application: how will the additional units be used? Access: how will access be improved for Student Learning and Success? Evidence: what data or evidence supports your projected requirements?
The committee also pointed out how the Rating Rubric for Instructional Equipment shows how the equipment will be maintenance and upgrade. This is the kind of language and guide that we are looking to develop or continue developing the Rubric for the Program Review here at Hartnell.
|Topic:||Program Planning and Assessment module|
|Summary of Agenda Item:||Langston showed to the committee step by step this module and a series of comments followed this presentation given him ideas or ratifications on how well this module was created. Some corrections were suggested and made to this module after extensive discussions on what should go in this Module/Rubric. Langston announced that he will ask to be in the next Resource and Allocation committee meeting to present and talk about this Module/Rubric|