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Political Hermeneutics as Pedagogy: Service Learning, Political Reflection, and Action
Unformatted Document Text:  Appendix D Morningside College Distribution/Flag Course Assessment Report D ISTRIBUTION 2 – E THICS AND V ALUES Course Name: Course #: Section # Instructor’s Name: Enrollment: Term: A. S TUDENT L EARNING O UTCOMES For each outcome, enter the number of students who performed at each level by the end of the course. Outcome Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectations Does Not Meet Expectations Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Not Proficient 1. At a foundational level, Morningside students are able to understand and apply basic ethical distinctions and terminology. 2. At a foundational level, Morningside students are able to identify and reflect upon their personal beliefs and values. 3. At a foundational level, Morningside students are able to critically evaluate and apply at least two major ethical theories to particular situations. B. S TUDENT W ORK E XAMINED – List the methods used to measure each outcome (e.g., pre-/post test, exams, papers, projects, presentations, performances, class assignments, etc.) and attach a copy of each. C. S CORING C RITERIA – Briefly explain the criteria used to evaluate student performance in relation to each outcome (i.e., what constitutes Advanced, Proficient, Partially Proficient, Not Proficient). D. R EFLECTION ON R ESULTS – Briefly, why do you think students performed as they did in this class? What changes might be enacted to improve their performance? E. S UGGESTIONS FOR I MPROVEMENT – Briefly, how might this course-embedded assessment process be improved? McKinlay 27

Authors: McKinlay, Patrick.
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Appendix D
Morningside College
Distribution/Flag Course Assessment Report
D
ISTRIBUTION
2 – E
THICS
AND
V
ALUES
Course Name:
Course #:
Section #
Instructor’s Name:
Enrollment:
Term:
A. S
TUDENT
L
EARNING
O
UTCOMES
For each outcome, enter the number of students who performed at each level by the end of the course.
Outcome
Exceeds
Expectations
Meets
Expectations
Does Not Meet Expectations
Advanced
Proficient
Partially
Proficient
Not Proficient
1. At a foundational level, Morningside
students are able to understand and apply basic
ethical distinctions and terminology.
2. At a foundational level, Morningside
students are able to identify and reflect upon
their personal beliefs and values.
3. At a foundational level, Morningside
students are able to critically evaluate and apply
at least two major ethical theories to particular
situations.
B. S
TUDENT
W
ORK
E
XAMINED
– List the methods used to measure each outcome (e.g., pre-/post test, exams, papers,
projects, presentations, performances, class assignments, etc.) and attach a copy of each.
C. S
CORING
C
RITERIA
– Briefly explain the criteria used to evaluate student performance in relation to each outcome
(i.e., what constitutes Advanced, Proficient, Partially Proficient, Not Proficient).
D. R
EFLECTION
ON
R
ESULTS
– Briefly, why do you think students performed as they did in this class? What changes
might be enacted to improve their performance?
E. S
UGGESTIONS
FOR
I
MPROVEMENT
– Briefly, how might this course-embedded assessment process be improved?
McKinlay 27


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