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Spring 3-15-2019


This session focuses on the two primary areas of writing learning outcomes and then connecting outcomes to a co-curricular map. In the first part of the session, participants will work through a learning outcomes model to draft new outcomes or revisit existing outcomes and receive feedback from peers and session facilitators. In the second part of the workshop, the discussion will shift to how to connect learning outcomes across multiple programs and services to develop co-curricular maps. Outcome maps help staff identify areas of strength in student learning outcomes and gaps in outcome development. Participants will have the opportunity to review some sample co-curricular maps as well as begin work on their own mapping, again with the opportunity to receive feedback from peers and session facilitators.


This workshop was facilitated by Marilyn Duke, (Center for Academic Success Programs), Ciji Heiser, (Division of Student Affairs), and Anthony Helms, (Lee Honors College Advising) at the WMU Assessment in Action Conference 2019 on March 15.