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Piedmont College
School Of Education

 

EdS Learning Outcomes Assessment

 

Student LAST Name :
Student FIRST Name:

Student ID :

Term (ex. 2011-3):

Course Title (ex. EDS 801):
Course Section Number:

Professor LAST Name :
Professor FIRST Name:


Date (ex. 07/01/2011):

Score
4 - Exceptional
3 - Above Standard
2 - Average
1 - Below Standard

1. Experiences

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry stating new experiences and newly acquired knowledge. Specific examples illustrate the experience. Written at a scholarly level without errors.

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry stating new experiences and newly acquired knowledge. Specific examples illustrate the experience.

All SPCLOs are addressed with an entry stating new experiences or newly acquired knowledge. Some examples illustrate the experience.

 

Some of the SPCLOs do not contain entries for Experiences or these are not expressed in a manner which identifies them as connected to student learning. Few if any examples are given and the entry is merely a report of what happened in the course.

Comments:
Score
4 - Exceptional
3 - Above Standard
2 - Average
1 - Below Standard

2. Impact

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry suggesting the impact of the newly learned knowledge or experience on the student's work and personal pedagogy. The impact of the experience is illustrated with great detail, scholarly reflection and sufficient example. Student describes the changes in their own practice that have occurred.

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry suggesting the impact of the newly learned knowledge or experience on the student's work and personal pedagogy. The impact of the experience is illustrated with some reference including scholarly reflection and example.

All SPCLOs are addressed with an entry suggesting the impact of the newly learned knowledge or experience on the student's work. Little reference to the relationship to the personal pedagogy is mentioned. The impact of the experience is illustrated with some detail, scholarly reflection and example.

Some of the SPCLOs do not contain entries for Impact or these are not expressed in a manner which identifies them as connected to student learning. Few if any examples are given and the entry is merely a report leaving the reader to be confused about the true impact of the experience on the student.

Comments:
Score
4 - Exceptional
3 - Above Standard
2 - Average
1 - Below Standard

3. Plans/Goals

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry suggesting the plans or goals the student has for using the experience or new knowledge in their work. Specific goals are outlined that create a sort of contract the student has with his/herself regarding using the new found knowledge to improve P-12 students and schools.  The method of evaluation directly relates to improving instruction using new found knowledge. Clear and viable evaluation measurement is outlined.

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry suggesting the plans or goals the student has for using the experience or new knowledge in their work. Specific goals are outlined regarding using the new found knowledge to improve P-12 students and schools. The method of evaluation directly relates to improving instruction using new found knowledge. Adequate measurement is outlined.

All SPCLOs are addressed with a detailed entry suggesting the plans or goals the student has for using the experience or new knowledge in their work. Some goals are outlined that suggest using the new found knowledge to improve the work of their students but do not generalize to P-12 environments. The method of evaluation is suggested but lacks detail.

Little suggestion is offered in the Entry # 3 for the SPCLO’s regarding using newly acquired knowledge to improve students in the classroom. Lacks detail and insufficient depth. No evaluation measurement suggested or indicated.

Comments:
Score
4 - Exceptional
3 - Above Standard
2 - Average
1 - Below Standard

4. Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

No more than one error in spelling, punctuation and grammar in the log.

Two or three errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar in the log.

Four errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar in the log.

More than 4 errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar in the log.

Comments:
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