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 Assessment at Richard J. Daley College

Professors Benita Hunter & Tabatha Robinson
Assessment and evaluation are considered systematic and ongoing processes that collect aggregate data about what students know and can do based on measurable student learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness for:                                           
  • General Education
  • Programs
  • Courses
  • Student Services
Data and information resulting fr​om the assessment and evaluation process serve to inform improvements in pedagogy, course content, the curriculum, learning resources, and student services. Because the assessment process should be college-owned, faculty-engaged, and administratively-supported, utilization of assessment and evaluation data by faculty, students and administration is designed to improve student performance, student development, and student achievement.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​     



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Daley's General Education Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Communicate using standard American English.
  2. Evaluate the moral, ideological, or intellectual viewpoints of diverse peoples or institutions. (Human Diversity outcome)
  3. Prepare a document using digital technologies, such as a word processor, spreadsheet, or presentation display software (e.g., PowerPoint).
  4. Evaluate a proposed solution to a local, national, or global issue.
  5. Produce an original piece of work demonstrating creativity.

See Daley's Assessment plan under "General Education Assessment" to the right.

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