Overview of Assessment Reporting
Assessment Reporting Templates and Resources, or links to them, are found on this page. Assessment is an ongoing activity where SACs submit yearly reports. Please read General Information for 2013-2014 which appears directly below. Scroll down for links specific to CTE and LDC.
General Information for 2013-2014:
- Different Reporting Structure: Annual assessment reporting has been broken up into two parts: Annual Plan and Year-End Report. Deadlines for each are given below.
- Multi-Year Plan: Periodically Subject Area Committees (SACs) also submit a Multi-Year Plan. This is due this year.
- Opt-in to New Template Format: SACs can choose to opt-in to the new template structure (called Option 1). We hope that most SACs will choose Option 1 and provide feedback on the new templates. However, for this year, SACs may choose to use the templates that are similar to last year's reporting form (called Option 2). The same option should be chosen for both the Annual Plan and the Year-End Report.
- Assessment Highlights from SAC Chair Inservice: 2013 Highlights from SAC Chair Inservice
- Maintaining Student Confidentiality: Read more at Student Permission.
- Questions/Concerns? Contact your assessment coach 2013-2014 LAC SAC Coaches
Career Technical Education (CTE) Programs
- CTE SACs directly assess their degree and certificate outcomes. Since the degree and certificate outcomes have been mapped to the institutional outcomes, the Core Outcomes are indirectly assessed.
- Since CTE SACs are responsible for their own degree/certificates, assessment
of all their degree/certificate outcomes should occur within a two-year cycle.
If your SAC has several degrees/certificates with unrelated outcomes, please
contact your coach to discuss the possibility of a longer cycle.
- CTE Programs, click here to go to 2013-2014 templates. For more information about the new templates, read the CTE Overview. Send finished plans and reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Some CTE programs do state TSA (Technical Skills Attainment) assessments. For more information about TSAs, click here.
Lower Division Collegiate (LDC, or Transfer) and Developmental Education (DE) Disciplines
- LDC SACs have a collective responsibility to ensure students are attaining the outcomes of the transfer and general education degrees (AS, ASOT/B, AAOT, and AGS). The institutional, or Core Outcomes, are the basis of these degrees.
- LDC SACs should assess at least four of the six Core Outcomes robustly on a cycle of at least two per year. Ideally, LDC SACs assess all six Core Outcomes.
- LDC Programs, click here to go to 2013-2014 templates. Send finished plans and reports to email@example.com.
Last Year's Award-Winning Assessment Reports
Categories from 2012-2013 Report Template
#1: For Changes Implemented Based on Prior Assessment Microelectronics Technology Art #2: For Assessment Design
Mathematics #3: For Presentation of Assessment Results
#4: For Planned Improvements to
Increase Student Attainment of
Mathematics #5: For Planned Improvements to
Assessment Methods and Tools
Bioscience Technology and
Winning reports for 2011-2012 and prior have migrated to Spaces. Faculty may access their SAC's page at https://spaces.pcc.edu/dashboard.action. Use your my.pcc.edu login and password to enter.