Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness
Click on link to view the following data:
|Institutional Summary Reports|
|Spring 2013||Fall 2013|
|Spring 2012||Fall 2012|
General Education at Lamar State College-Orange is the broad-based foundational course of study that is essential for all disciplines that develop intellectual competencies needed for students to acquire the breadth of knowledge which is the touchstone for life-long learning and success.
Core Curriculum 2014 Assessment Information
Following the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's Core Curriculum Assessment Guidelines, LSC-O developed six outcome rubrics based upon the Association of American Colleges and Universities VALUE Rubrics. (VALUE is an acronym for Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education).
Syllabus & Course Development Checklist (Note: This checklist can be utilized to develop courses which assess any of the six general education core outcomes)
Social Responsibility Skills Resources (coming soon)
|2010-2012 Reading & Social Awareness Test Results|
|Spring 2010||Spring 2011||Spring 2012|
|Class||Students||% Success||Students||% Success||Students||% Success|
|Capstone||N/A (first assessment)||125||61%||109||63%|
|Assessment Measure Utilized|
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the essential knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors that a student is expected to have acquired upon graduation of a particular program.