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There are many qualities desired by prospective employers – for instance, the ability to think critically, and to work with others – for which j j PAGE 84 ON THE HORIZON VOL. 16 NO. 2 2008 student artifacts are either unavailable or require considerable effort on the part of the viewer to infer from the artifacts placed there. Rubric score: 2. The institution expects student accountability for showing his or her ability in defined areas of achievement. Portfolios: individual student improvement.
B What the institution expects its graduates to have demonstrated (the translation of its mission into institution-level expected student learning outcomes). B What any specific academic program within that institution expects its graduates to have demonstrated (program-level expected student learning outcomes). B What standards students are held to when they are evaluated for whether (and to what extent) they have in fact achieved those learning outcomes. B Aggregated data that shows where each graduating class stands relative both to the institutional expected outcomes and those for its programs.
Likewise, the fact that, at the time of graduation, this completed collection of a student’s work may be reviewed by instructors and program directors encourages students to offer their best work. Rubric score: 2. The institution provides a limited single-cycle context for an individual student to improve and for the institution to acknowledge and assist that improvement. Portfolios: organizational improvement Rubric score: 0. The model does not address this purpose. Portfolios: organizational accountability Rubric score: 0.
Accountability for Educational Results by David Shupe