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Before First PoR meeting

Select key assignments from your course and submit the types and criteria of them (Phase 1 on “Course Assessment Plan”)

First PoR meeting 

  • scheduled week 1 or 2 of semester/term
  • get familiar with the assessment process

Agenda

  1. Review the  Assessment Plan
  2. Review the course review process
  3. Describe  the roles of FCTL, PM, PoR
  4. Describe  the content and purpose of annual team meeting with instructors
  5. Describe  how students’ work (samples) should be collected to prepare for the next meeting
  6. Work with FCTL to schedule the second PoR meeting

To-do list

  1. Instructors grade the key assignments and prepare samples of student work to represent each level of performance from each section for each key assignment
  2. Instructors finish the faculty notes (interpretive documentation) by meeting face to face with the program manager
  3. PoR collects feedbacks from instructors teaching sections and interpret them (Phase 2 on  “Course Assessment Plan”)

Second PoR meeting 

  • scheduled within a week of the key assignments graded
  • finish and submit the summary form

Agenda

  1. Pull samples of student work to represent each level of performance from each section for each key assignment: “best”, “average”, and “worst” level
  2. Finish the interpretation (phase 2 on  “Course Assessment Plan”) with assistance, if needed
  3. Determine if any changes/actions should be made to the course
  4. Summarize for Phase 2 and 3 (on  “Course Assessment Plan”) using the collected feedbacks from instructors teaching sections
  5. Submit the PoR summary form

Third PoR meeting

  • scheduled within 2-3 weeks of semester/term end
  • make changes for the syllabus if necessary

Agenda

  1. Review the content of Syllabus Certification
  2. Define the language used in syllabus
  3. Understand the 18-month cycle
  4. Schedule a follow-up meeting (at the end of second semester/term) to discuss the impact of new actions