Dr. Wood has provided formulas to help us further evaluate our data.
When compared to the Spring 2010 data, the Fall 2010 data shows several changes:
|Spring 2010||Fall 2010|
Summary: 91.76% of students performed in the Excellent & Good categories.
NOTE: Total number of students from Spring (4896) to Fall (5578) went up by 682.
Our key goals for Spring 2011 semester:
Continue improving our completion rate for
2. Practice combining two outcomes into one task.
3. Diversify! Try one set of outcomes for one set of classes, then try a different set.
Tips for creating new tasks & rubrics:
Identify which outcome you’d like to
2. Create your rubric from the bottom up – decide which ONE element is the most important for students to report (1pt), then add another element (2pts), then a third element (3pts).
3. Write your task to include all the elements you’ll be grading.
This Libguide has been updated with revised examples AND one brand new outcome/task/rubric: