2019-20 Assessment of ULO’s: Quantitative Literacy

The General Education PLC is emphasizing General Education Learning Outcome 1: Foundational Skills. We will be collecting evidence on First Year Seminars and on General Education Courses that have identified Quantitative Literacy as a Primary ULO.

How do I fit with ULO assessment?

What you need to do

What you need to submit

Call for Submissions

I teach a First Year Seminar

Develop a signature assignment that aligns to at least one feature of the Foundational skills rubric or the Quantitative Literacy (FYS 207) or Written Communication (FYS 107) rubrics. You can find these rubrics linked here

Submit your signature assignment plans with rubric alignment and your rationale and explanation of how the assignment aligns to the rubric feature(s). Provide a summary of student assessment results along with a piece of typical student work to the PLC at the end of the term in which you teach your FYS.
Fall: 11/15/19 – 12/31/19
Winter: 2/15/20 – 3/31/20
Spring: 4/30/20 – 6/15/20

I teach a course that satisfies general education requirements AND has Quantiative Literacy as a Primary ULO Develop or identify a course assignment where students have the opportunity to demonstrate two or more features of the Quantitative Literacy rubric at a level of two or higher. Submit your signature assignment plans with rubric alignment and your rationale and explanation of how the assignment aligns to the rubric feature. Provide a summary of student assessment results along with a piece of typical student work to the PLC at the end of the term in which you teach your course. Fall: 11/15/19 – 12/31/19
Winter: 2/15/20 – 3/31/20
Spring: 4/30/20 – 6/15/20

 


*Typical = not best, not worst; the work the largest number of students submit; modal.

Frequently asked questions

Uncertain about your course goals and alignments?  Check your course goals.

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CONTACT US

Michael Baltzley, Associate Provost for Academic Effectiveness

503-838-8832 | or e-mail: baltzlem@wou.edu Location: Old Education Building, 202K