Self-Assessment Assignment

Here we provide templates for guided self-assessment of teach NACE career competency. 

Please ask your students to complete this assignment AFTER they have completed their service for your course. Please collect all responses and submit them to the  by the end of the week grades are due to the Registrar's office. Templates for each competency are avaialble at the bottom of this page


Here's a sample: 

For this assignment, you will do a self-evaluation based on critical thinking/problem solving as defined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. 

Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: 
Exercise sound reasoning to analyze issues, make decisions, and overcome problems. The individual is able to obtain, interpret, and use knowledge, facts, and data in this process, and may demonstrate originality and inventiveness.

Self-assessment is an important life skill, so please be honest in your observation of your own strengths as well as areas in which you may need to improve. Be specific.
A key purpose of this activity is to encourage learning, development, and growth. 

CRITICAL THINKING/PROBLEM SOLVING

In your service, how consistently did you exercise sound reasoning to analyze issues, make decisions, and/or overcome problems in your service? Did you make good decisions? Did you analyze issues objectively? Were you original and creative in seeking solutions to problems you encountered? (Mark ONE)

___ Always
___ Often   
___ Sometimes
___ Seldom
___ Not Applicable 

Give specific examples of how you demonstrated critical thinking/problem solving in your service for this course.

<insert your answer here>

Identify at least one specific way in which you would like to improve your critical thinking/problem solving skills.

<insert your answer here>


For your convenience, we have provided separate *.DOC templates for each SLO. Feel free to adjust the introduction at the top to fit your course. Please maintain the integrity of the student response section for consistency in evaluation. 

 

Instructors' Note:

While you are welcome to use more than one of these if you feel there is benefit for your students, please collect and submit student responses to only one of these categories associated with only one of your SLOs.


 

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