SLOs & Student Prompts

  

Each SLO has a corollary Student Prompt to be used for assessment of Service Learning

When you choose your SLOs on the Course Designation Application, we will send you a Common Assessment Template based on these correspondences.  

  
1. Communication SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students articulate in written and oral modes, identifying and addressing bias in spoken, written, and non-verbal communication
  • What forms of bias have you encountered in the world around your Service experience? How did you react or respond?
  • Students articulate altruistic and social justice motivations for community participation
  • Why is participating in our community important?  
   
2. Teamwork and Collaboration SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students identify the value and challenge found in bringing together diverse people and perspectives (peers, instructors, community members, and the community at-large)
  • How have you applied concepts and ideas from a variety of your classes and other sources to needs and issues in your Service experience?
  • Students apply interdisciplinary concepts and a diversity of ideas to community issues (concerns, needs, strengths, and resources)
  • Why is it important to bring together people with different backgrounds and perspectives (peers, instructors, community members, and the community at-large)?  Please give an example of a challenge you have encountered in trying to do this during your Service.  
   
3. Leadership SLOs Student Prompts
  •  Students devise and implement strategies for collaboration and conflict resolution which recognize bias in themselves and others as well as the value in disparate views
  • How have you used strategies for collaboration and conflict resolution related to your Service? Please give an example. 
  •  Students cultivate an inclusive attitude that advances equity, wellness, and civility
  • Why is it important to cultivate an inclusive attitude that advances equity, wellness, and civility?
   
4. Creativity and Problem Solving SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students analyze information data and concepts, and apply information to real-world problem solving
  • How have you analyzed information, data, and concepts related to your Service and your analysis to real-world problem solving? Please give an example. 
  • Students accept challenges and assume new roles and/or identify approaches to real-world issues
  • How have you accepted challenges and assumed new roles and/or identified approaches to real-world issues related to your Service? Please give an example. 
   
5. Professionalism and Productivity SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students exhibit competence and confidence in setting reasonable goals and making a difference
  • How have you exhibited competence and confidence in setting reasonable goals and making a difference related to your Service? Please give an example. 
  • Students persevere in the face of challenges
  • How have you persevered in the face of challenges you encountered during your Service? Please give an example. 
   
6. Application of Info Tech SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students employ trans-modal articulation of information (written, verbal, art, media, etc.)
  • How have you combined traditional and technology-based modes to communicate information through or about your Service? Please give an example. 
  • Students apply Information Technology tools to problem-solving in their service experience
  • How have you applied Information Technology tools to problem-solving during your Service? Please give an example.
   
7. Glocal (Global + Local) SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students articulate similarities and differences between local and global cultural traditions as they affect community and social issues
  • How do the local and global cultural traditions you have observed during your Service affect our community and greater social issues we have discussed in class?
  • Students analyze the interdependence and mutual benefits of partnerships between community and self 
  • How has your Service helped you see how being involved in our community can help you as your serve others? Please give an example.
   
8. Career Management SLOs Student Prompts
  • Students formulate or clarify personal values, attitudes, ethics and beliefs
  • How has your Service experience affected your personal values, attitudes, ethics and/or beliefs? Please give an example. 
  • Students analyze and articulate their own place in the greater community 
  • How has your Service has affected how you see yourself in terms of the greater community?
Quick Links: SLOs:
  1. SLO Overview
  2. SLOs & Student Prompts
  3. SLO Sample Common Assessment
  4. SLO Common Assessment Rubric 
  5. SLO Alignment with Strategic Plan