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Crafton Hills College (CHC)
Courses and SLOs Mapped to Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Dear Faculty, the purpose of this form is to help facilitate the process of Institutional Learning Outcome assessment.  Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions.  The information you provide will be used by the Outcomes Assessment Committee, the Instructional Assessment Specialist, and the Office of Research and Planning to accumulate course assessments that have already been conducted for each ILO and use that information to improve Crafton's progress on each ILO.  If you have any questions about this form, please contact Rebeccah Warren-Marlatt, Vice President of Student Services, at (909) 389-3355.

 
 
 
 
 
 
For the course and learning outcome listed above, and each Institutional Learning Outcome, please identify the degree to which the course emphasizes each aspect of the Institutional Learning Outcome.  Please keep in mind that one course and/or one outcome will not align with every ILO.
ILO #1: Critical Thinking
Students demonstrate critical thinking through...
       
Decision-making      
Problem Solving.      
Analysis of information.      
Creative thinking across the disciplines      
ILO #2: Written and Oral Communication
Students communicate effectively when they..
       
Are able to express ideas clearly in a variety of formats and contexts      
Read, listen, and interpret accurately      
Use appropriate technology to do so      

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ILO #3: Interpersonal and Group Skills
Students demonstrate interpersonal and group skills when they...
       
Are able to work with others with respect, honesty, responsibility, empathy, and collaborative synergy      
Manage conflict      
Advocate for themselves with integrity      
Advocate for others      
ILO #4: Society and Culture
Students demonstrate their understanding of society and culture when they...
       
Are able to describe the social, cultural, and political forces at work in our diverse, global world      
Understand and appreciate different perspectives      
Are able to operate with civility in a complex world that involves changing social institutions and diverse world views      
ILO #5: Information Literacy
Students demonstrate information literacy when they...
       
Are able to apply research methods to access information and technology      
Can analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and use information resourcefully      
ILO #6: Ethics and Values
Students demonstrate ethics and values when they...
       
Make informed, principled choices      
Foresee the consequences of their choices      
Solve moral dilemmas      
Express self-awareness      
Show social responsibility      
Evidence behavior guided by personal and professional ethics      

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