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College of Menominee Nation
CMN Evaluation of Outcomes

In conjunction with the College of Menominee Nation’s program evaluation process developed by the Assessment of Student Learning (ASL) committee for Associate degree programs, CMN Teacher Education program review was rescheduled for 2012-13 school year. Each CMN program is reviewed on a three year cycle. Plans of action are reviewed yearly.

The following is a description of the Academic program Review developed by ASL in response to information needed to complete forms to be submitted. However, since TE evaluation by DPI incorporates stringent elements to evaluate a bachelor’s degree program – standards for teacher preparation, content standards, program and course learning outcomes as well as aspects of culture to measure effectiveness, education standards are included. Thus, by incorporating various standards – teacher and content standards, CMN’s TE moved beyond General Education Objectives and program outcomes for Program Review to better articulate an AAS degree.

This program of study that evaluates program outcomes is in its development stages and we assume that there will be changes as various programs complete the review. It is a policy that all programs be reviewed on a three year cycle. CMN TE already has shown where and how program outcomes are situated and assessed as part of a larger assessment/evaluation system process plan.

The system of the review process is as follows:

Data collection (by semester and by year), Data analysis (by semester)

Formative evaluation at department monthly meetings, Annual data retreat

Three year cycle of CMN Program Review, Annual DPI Liaison review

Budge considerations

The summaries of the monthly department meetings are submitted to the Dean of Letters and Science who submits them to the Vice President of Academic Affairs who presents them when apropos at the College Leadership Team meetings. Directives about issues presented are then referred to the departments.