Unit Assessment Cycle

Program Review

  1. Unit Assessment Cycle
  2. Flowchart- unit assessment system flowchart and assessment cycle
  3. Summative decision points assessments
  4. Dispositions data

Quality Teams

  1. Quality Team 1 – Content and Pedagogical Knowledge (CAEP Standard 1)
  2. Quality Team 2 – Clinical Partnerships and Practice (CAEP Standard 2)
  3. Quality Team 3 – Candidate Quality, Recruitment and Selectivity (CAEP Standard 3)
  4. Quality Team 4 – Program Impact and Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement (CAEP Standard 4 & 5)
  5. Quality team 5 - Professional Development and Recognition

CAEP Outcome Measures

  1. Impact on P-12 Learning and development (component 4.1)
  2. Indicators of teaching effectiveness (component 4.2)
  3. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones (component 4.3/ A.4.1)
  4. Satisfaction of completers (component 4.4 /A. 4.2)
  5. Graduation Rates (Initial and advanced levels)
  6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II (initial and advanced levels)
  7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared (initial and advanced)
  8. Student loan default rates and other consumer information (initial and graduate levels)

Reports – EPP CAEP annual and Title II alternative and traditional

Surveys – Employer and Alumni (completer)

NCATE Accreditation

Basic Assessment Cycle within our EPP

Plan and Prepare

  • Develop objectives, learning outcomes, alignment to standards (State, national, In TASC and CAEP)
  • Create course materials that articulate to students both the outcomes and the disciplinary context in which these outcomes operate.
  • Curriculum Mapping
  • Finalizing the decision points for all programs from entrance to exit of the candidates.
  • Identify SPA/KEY assessments which needs to tracked and monitored for candidate progress within the programs.
  • Tracking system – Task Stream
  • Making sure all SPA/State data are tracked and monitored and reviewed for continuous improvement.
  • Do we have All CAEP data? How many cycles?

Assess – Multiple Measures

Collect, Analyze, Share

Collect and analyze direct evidence of candidate progress from Entrance to exit and monitor their progress through task stream.

  • Program level assessments
  • Unit wide assessments
  • SPA/state reports
  • Dispositions
  • Collect and analyze indirect evidence, such as job placement rates, surveys, title II reports, grades, enrollment, retention, completion, and case studies for program impact.
  • Share assessment processes and results with stake holders.

Improve / Reflect

  • Use what we have learned from assessment processes and efforts to revise programmatic changes/revisions and unit wide improvements.
  • Program Review days each semester for EPP, with stakeholders on some days.
  • Share data with COPEP, School Administrators, P-12 educators, Alumni, Advisory boards and conduct focus group as necessary with completers and principals.
  • Consider the effect of revision/improvements in student learning that resulted from your assessment process.
  • Reflect on the assessment cycle to prepare for further assessment.
Assessment Cycle Chart

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