Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) at College of San Mateo - Workshops
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)


The College Assessment Committee holds regular workshops both as training sessions, and as active assessment activities.  (More workshop and training materials will be added as they are developed.)

Training workshops are listed on the Resources page.

Upcoming Workshops

"How And Why to Assess Your Program"
September 6, 2-4 pm (North Hall Building 18, Room 206)
With no exit exams and a student population that comes and goes, assessing student learning at the program level is difficult – but not impossible. This workshop will offer some strategies for taking a snapshot of student learning in your degrees, certificates and sequenced courses. (Laptop recommended.)

Recent Workshops

"Assessment And Program Review"
Fall 2018 Flex Day (August 14)
Explains the new perspective on assessment reflected in the new language of Program Review. (Powerpoint, YouTube)

"Effective Communication, Critical Thinking, Quantitative Reasoning - Taking Assessment Beyond the Classroom"
Fall 2018 Flex Day (August 14)
In this workshop, three interdisciplinary faculty groups created a rubric to assess an ILO in their respective classes. (Powerpoint, YouTube)
"What Are They Learning? Taking Assessment Beyond The Classroom"
August 7
In this workshop, an interdisciplinary group of faculty brainstormed ways to take a snapshot of student learning outside the usual classroom / service setting (i.e., at the institutional or program level). (Powerpoint Intro, Part 1, Part 2) (YouTube Intro, Part 1, Part 2)

Archived Workshops

Note: Since our assessment cycle was revised in Fall 2018, some of the specific information in the workshops below may be out of date.