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1 ASSOCIATE & APPLIED SCIENCE in EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Plan for Assessment of Student Academic Achievement From the Mission of Hocking College Hocking College is an innovative, experience-based technical college that nurtures learning and learner success. Mission of Academic Affairs Unit Nurtures learning and learner success. Mission of Arts and Sciences Department To provide an innovative learning-centered environment in which experienced-based learning prepares students with the core competencies and job-related skills needed for success in the workplace, in society and for transfer to four-year institutions. Central Objective To prepare individuals for entry-level practice in early childhood education within the school systems and for transfer to -year programs leading to full teacher certification for those who desire it. IP0910Early Childhood Education/1

2 Success Skills The following general outcomes are life and work skills cultivated in all students seeking the Associate Degree. 1. Communicates effectively. 2. Demonstrates math skills. 3. Demonstrates learning,critical thinking and problem solving skills.. Maintains professional skills and attitudes. 5. Practices human relations skills. 6. Demonstrates knowledge of science and the environment. 7. Demonstrates community, cultural, and global awareness. 8. Maintains a code of ethics. Program Outcomes The following outcomes express additional, particular skills, behaviors, and attitudes cultivated in students seeking an Associate & Applied Science in Early Childhood Education degree. The following outcomes express additional, particular skills, behaviors, and attitudes cultivated in students seeking an Associate & Applied Science in Early Childhood Education degree. 1. Demonstrates the basic academic skills required to proficiently assist students in reading, writing, and mathematics and readiness in reading, writing, and mathematics as determined by the Ohio Academic Content Standards. 2. Demonstrates understanding and applies best practices in helping children to learn and develop. 3. Provides assistance that supports the intellectual, social, emotional and personal development of all learners.. Demonstrates an understanding of the purposes and value of programs for individuals with exceptional learning needs and the role of the paraprofessional in providing services to all children and youth with disabilities. 5. Demonstrates knowledge of and applies effective instructional and assessment strategies to assist in teaching and learning in a variety of settings. 6. Demonstrates an understanding of the principles of effective classroom management and individualized behavior interventions. 7. Uses a range of strategies to promote positive relationships, cooperation, and purposeful learning in the classroom. 8. Demonstrates understanding, follows, and uses prescribed district or agency policies and procedures, including emergency procedures, to ensure the safety, health, and general well-being of learners. 9. Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, follow instructions, and use problem-solving and other skills that enable them to work as an effective member of an instructional team. 10. Practices ethical and professional standards of conduct, including the requirements of confidentiality and reporting. 11. Demonstrates the ability to assist with technology and media using a variety of media communication tools, including audiovisual aids and computer technology, to enrich learning opportunities. o applying knowledge of adaptive and assisted learning devices for handicapped students. o evidencing technology skill (at a minimum) at the School Net Novice Training Level IP0910Early Childhood Education/2

3 Participates in ongoing professional development and implements new knowledge. Engages in personal and professional growth. Creates, demonstrates, and maintains a healthy and safe environment. Performs managerial tasks in the classroom or facility as established by the employer. Plans, implements, and assesses curriculum to promote the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of children. Practices ethical behavior as defined by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Code of Conduct. Builds relationships with and provides support for children, families and communities. Communicates appropriately with young children, families, and others involved in the educational process. The Success Skills and Program Outcomes combine to form a single set of skills, behaviors, and attitudes determined desirable for entry-level practitioners, for graduates transferring to four-year institutions, and for educated citizens. IP0910Early Childhood Education/3

4 Criteria for Assessing Student Academic Achievement 1. The aggregate score for each Program Outcome evaluated by graduates of the Early Childhood Education technology on a survey will be 3.0 or higher (on a point scale), indicating the graduates satisfaction with their Hocking College preparation for transfer or entry level work Data gathered for :* Number of Graduates: Number of Responses: Program Outcomes** Aggregate Number of Respondents Overall *Source of informationhocking College Graduate Surveys **For a complete listing of the Program Outcomes see page 2 of this report. No graduate surveys were completed during the previous reporting period. Does this analysis support conclusions drawn from other assessment data analyzed for No data was available for comparison. IP0910Early Childhood Education/

5 2. The aggregate score for each Success Skill evaluated by graduates of the Early Childhood Education technology on a survey will be 3.0or higher (on a point scale), indicating the graduates satisfaction with their Hocking College preparation in life/job skills. Data gathered for : * Number of Responses Success Skill** Overall Aggregate * Source of information: Hocking College Graduate Surveys ** For a complete listing of the Success Skills see page 2 of this report. No data was available for this reporting period. Last year, one hundred graduates from twenty-eight (28) programs of study evaluated the Success Skills on an electronic survey indicating satisfaction with their Hocking College preparation in life /job skills. The overall aggregate of 3.93 exceeded the goal of 3.5 or higher (on a five-point scale). In addition, all of the individual Success Skill aggregates were rated above goal.. Does this analysis support conclusions drawn from other assessment data analyzed for ? Please elaborate. No data was available for analysis. IP0910Early Childhood Education/5

6 3. The aggregate score for each Program Outcome evaluated by employers of the graduates of the Early Childhood Education technology on a survey will be 3.0 or higher (on a -point scale), indicating better-than-good to superior performance. Data gathered for :* Number of Employer Surveys returned:0 Program Outcomes** Aggregate Number of Responses Overall *Source of information Hocking College Employer Surveys **For a complete listing of the Program Outcomes see page 2 of this report. Analysis of Data: No graduate data available. This analysis support conclusions drawn from other assessment data analyzed for ? Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents IP0910Early Childhood Education/6

7 . The aggregate score for each Success Skill evaluated by employers of the graduates of the Early Childhood Education technology on a survey will be 3.0 or higher (on a -point scale), indicating better-than-good to superior performance. Data gathered for :* Number of Employer Surveys returned: Success Skills** Aggregate Number of Respondents Overall *Source of information Hocking College Employer Surveys (November2008). **For a complete listing of the Success Skills see page 2 of this report.. No data was available for analysis. Does this analysis support conclusions drawn from other assessment data analyzed for Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents IP0910Early Childhood Education/7

8 5. Eighty percent (80%) of the Early Childhood Education technology graduates responding to a survey will report employment in education or a related field, or the pursuit of additional education, within one year after graduation. Data gathered for :* Number of graduates: Number of responses using survey, phone, and faculty input: Number employed related to technology: Number employed unrelated to technology: Number in military: Number continuing education: Number continuing education and employed: Number seeking employment: Number not in labor force: Number unknown : *Source of information Hocking College Graduate Surveys No data was available for analysis after sending s to all graduates from the 2009 year and receiving no responses... Does this analysis support conclusions drawn from other assessment data analyzed for No data available for analysis. IP0910Early Childhood Education/8

9 6. The aggregate score for each outcome evaluated by practicum supervisors will be 3.5 or higher (on a fivepoint scale), indicating better than good to superior performance by Early Childhood Education students during the Creative Experiences & Early Childhood (ED 117) practicum experience. Data gathered for : Number of students evaluated: Practicum Outcomes Aggregates 1. Demonstrates effective communication skills with children, families, and professionals. 2. Establishes and maintains positive interactions with children, families, and professionals. 3. Maintains professional attitudes, skills, and a.3 code of ethics.. Demonstrates sensitivity to children s individual differences in regard to gender, culture, family life, development, and dispositions. 5. Applies a variety of strategies and materials when 3.6 planning for and assisting children in their learning. 6. Administers developmentally appropriate.3 practices when planning experiences and/or in assisting and guiding children. 7. Assists the classroom teacher with assigned 5 responsibilities including, but not limited to: planning, clerical support, classroom management, supervision of children, support teaching, carrying out health and safety routines, and data collection. 8. Plans and/or carries out assigned activities under.3 the direction of the supervising classroom teacher. 9. Demonstrates knowledge of lesson plan interpretation. Overall aggregate.16 This year, the overall aggregate for each outcome evaluated by practicum supervisors was.16 exceeding the goal of 3.5(on a 5-pt-scale). Additionally, each of the individual aggregates was above goal. Program change planned for as a result of this analysis Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents. This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/9

10 7.The aggregate score for each skill evaluated by practicum supervisors will be 3.5 or higher (on a fivepoint scale), indicating better than a performing level to exemplary performance by Early Childhood Education students during the Early Childhood Practicum I (ED 125) experience. Data gathered for : Number of students evaluated: Practicum Outcomes Aggregates 1. Demonstrates effective communication skills with children, families, and professionals. 2. Establishes and maintains positive interactions with children, families, and professionals. 3. Maintains professional attitudes, skills, and a 3.6 code of ethics.. Demonstrates sensitivity to children s individual differences in regard to gender, culture, family life, development, and dispositions. 5. Applies a variety of strategies and materials when 3.6 planning for and assisting children in their learning. 6. Administers developmentally appropriate 3.3 practices when planning experiences and/or in assisting and guiding children. 7. Assists the classroom teacher with assigned responsibilities including, but not limited to: planning, clerical support, classroom management, supervision of children, support teaching, carrying out health and safety routines, and data collection. 8. Plans and/or carries out assigned activities under 3.6 the direction of the supervising classroom teacher. 9. Demonstrates knowledge of lesson plan 3.6 interpretation. Overall aggregate 3.7 This year, the overall aggregate for skills evaluated by practicum supervisors was 3.7 exceeding the goal of 3.5 (on a 5-point scale.) Additionally, each of the individual skill aggregates was rated above goal. Program change planned for as a result of this analysis: Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/10

11 8. The aggregate score for each skill evaluated by practicum supervisors will be 3.5 or higher (on a fivepoint scale), indicating better than a performing level to exemplary performance by Early Childhood Education students during the Observing & Recording Children s Behavior (ED 11) practicum experience. Data gathered for : Number of students evaluated: 31 Practicum Outcomes Aggregates 1. Demonstrates effective communication skills with children, families, and professionals. 2. Establishes and maintains positive interactions with children, families, and professionals. 3. Maintains professional attitudes, skills, and a code of ethics. Demonstrates sensitivity to children s individual 3.6 differences in regard to gender, culture, family life, development, and dispositions. 5Applies a variety of strategies and materials 3.3 when planning for and assisting children in their learning. 6 Administers developmentally appropriate practices when planning experiences and/or in assisting and guiding children. 7 Assists the classroom teacher with assigned 3.7 responsibilities including, but not limited to: planning, clerical support, classroom management, supervision of children, support teaching, carrying out health and safety routines, and data collection. 8 Plans and/or carries out assigned activities 3.7 under the direction of the supervising classroom teacher. 9 Demonstrates knowledge of lesson plan interpretation. Overall aggregate 3.81 This year, the overall aggregate for each skill evaluated by practicum supervisors was 3.81 exceeding the goal of 3.5 (on a 5-point scale). In addition, each of the individual aggregate was rated above goal. Program change planned for as a result of this analysis: Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/11

12 9. On an exit survey, graduating students from the Early Childhood Education technology will rate each of the Program Outcomes with an aggregate score of 3.5 or higher (on a 5-point scale), indicating their satisfaction with their preparation for transfer or entry-level employment. Data gathered for : Number of students Overall.59 Ten students completed the form. Their overall score was.59. This is above the 3.5 score and indicates satisfaction with the program. Program change planned for as a result of this analysis: Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/12

13 10. On an exit survey, graduating students from the Early Childhood Education technology will rate each of the Success Skills with an aggregate score of 3.5 or higher (on a 5-point scale), indicating their satisfaction with their preparation for life/job skills. Data gathered for : Number of students Overall Aggregate.21 Ten students completed the form. Their overall score was.21. This is above the 3.5 score and indicates satisfaction with the program. Program change planned for as a result of this analysis: Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/13

14 11. The aggregate score for each skill evaluated by practicum supervisors will be 3.5 or higher (on a five-point scale), indicating better than a performing level to exemplary performance by Early Childhood Education students during the Early Childhood Practicum II (ED 296) experience. Data gathered for : Number of students evaluated: Practicum Outcomes 1.Demonstrates effective communication skills with children, families, and professionals. 2.Establishes and maintains positive interactions with children, families, and professionals. 3.Maintains professional attitudes, skills, and a code of ethics..demonstrates sensitivity to children s individual differences in regard to gender, culture, family life, development, and dispositions. 5.Applies a variety of strategies and materials when planning for and assisting children in their learning. Aggregates 6.Administers developmentally appropriate practices when planning experiences and/or in assisting and guiding children. 7.Assists the classroom teacher with assigned.3 responsibilities including, but not limited to: planning, clerical support, classroom management, supervision of children, support teaching, carrying out health and safety routines, and data collection. 8.Plans and/or carries out assigned activities under.3 the direction of the supervising classroom teacher. 9.Demonstrates knowledge of lesson plan.3 interpretation. Overall aggregate.13.3 This year, the overall aggregate rating of the Success Skills by graduating students was.13 exceeding the 3.5 or higher goal (on a 5-point scale). Additionally, all of the individual aggregates in the success skills were rated above goal. Program change planned for as a result of this analysis: Changes will occur during the licensing process with the Board of Regents This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/1

15 12. The aggregate score for each rubric skill demonstrated in the development of a math and science board game evaluated by the instructor in the course Pre-math and Science with Young Children (ED 201) will be 3.5 or higher (on a five-point scale), indicating better than a performing level to exemplary performance by Early Childhood Education students. Data gathered for : Number of students evaluated: 3.5 Math/Science Skills Aggregates.5 Overall aggregate.5 During the spring of students were evaluated producing an aggregate score of.5. No data was available for analysis during Program change planned for as a result of this analysis: No program changes planned. This Criterion will be changed to read as follows in our Plan: The criterion will remain the same. IP0910Early Childhood Education/15

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