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STUDENT LEARNING AT ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY
All colleges and universities use multiple approaches to measure student learning. Many of these are specific to particular disciplines, many are coordinated with accrediting agencies, and many are based on outcomes after students have graduated.
In fall 2011 and the spring of 2012, the core curriculum underwent comprehensive assessments in which each component area was assessed by the relevant exemplary educational objectives. The assessment results were broken down by core component area and course, and faculty analyzed the results and developed corresponding improvement plans for the core courses in their respective departments. Improvement plans included appropriate “closing the loop” statements in which specific changes or plans were identified to ensure continuous improvement of the core curriculum.
In addition to the direct assessment of the core curriculum described above, ASU evaluates courses in the core curriculum through regular student evaluations using the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and the Individual Development and Educational Assessment (IDEA) Student Ratings of Instruction.