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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions Assessment Council Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication College and Department Books I-V

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Introduction Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication I 2015 - 2016 Academic Year

College Facts and Figures Reference Data Introduction Publication I Authors Dr. Deirdre Greer, Dean College of Education and Health Professions

Dr. Sallie Averitt Miller, Associate Dean Assessment and Accreditation College of Education and Health Professions

Department Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication II-V Authors Dr. Andrea Dawn Frazier Counseling, Foundations, and Leadership Professor Lisa O’Steen School of Nursing

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Dr. Joy Thomas Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science Dr. Toni Franklin Teacher Education


PURPOSE COEHP Assessment Council The College of Education and Health Professions (COEHP) Assessment Council was established to manage, maintain, and formally document meaningful data. In addition, the Council is charged with providing annual departmental publications that include college, department, and program data. The Council works closely with the following entities (as needed): 1. The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) 2. In-house CAEP Steering Committee Lead Team to make certain that the reported data are aligned with the accreditation requirements 3. The Council’s data sources include: Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, University of Information and Technology Services, College Retention Committee, and Tk20 Coordinator 4. Data from Department Chairs, Program Coordinators, and Program Faculty include: a. Key assessments and student performance data b. Critical assessments and student performance data Each course critical assessment will have a detailed rationale statement explaining its construction; that is, how it was developed; applicable standards; intent; scoring; and use. These assessments should be approved by all full-time program faculty, endorsed by the program coordinator, and signed-off on by the department chair.

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COEHP Assessment Council Members Dr. Toni Franklin Teacher Education Dr. Andrea Dawn Frazier Counseling, Foundations, and Leadership Dr. Sallie Averitt Miller Council Chair and Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation Professor Lisa O’Steen School of Nursing Dr. Joy Thomas Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science Ms. Jackie Adamczyk Council Secretary

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Assessment Council Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication I The Assessment Council is charged with providing the Facts and Figures Reference Data Publications annually that include college, department, and program data as well as documented trend analyses and retention. The Facts and Figures Reference Data Publications are designed to provide the College with a mechanism for data-driven decision making. In capturing the data that are specific to each of the departments, the Dean and Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation guide the work for the following disaggregated Facts and Figures Reference Data Publications:

Counseling, Foundations, and Leadership Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication II

Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication III

School of Nursing

Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication IV

Teacher Education Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication V

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College of Education and Health Professions Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication I Introduction The College of Education and Health Professions (COEHP) consists of the Departments of Counseling, Foundations, and Leadership; Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science; School of Nursing; and Teacher Education. In addition, the COEHP collaborates with the College of Letters and Sciences and the College of the Arts to provide content courses for some of its educator preparation programs. Specifically, the College of the Arts offers courses in Music, Art, and Theatre. The College of Letters and Sciences offers courses to support secondary education in English as a Second Language (ESOL), Spanish, as well as courses in English, History, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Mathematics.

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Accrediting Organizations Columbus State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, master, education specialist, and doctoral degrees. http://sacs.org/ Educator Preparation at Columbus State University is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). With the July 1, 2013 de facto consolidation of NCATE and Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) into the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) as the new accrediting body for educator preparation. http://caepnet.org.

The Special Education Programs, both undergraduate and graduate, are accredited by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). http://www.cec.sped.org/

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Accrediting Organizations continued The baccalaureate degree program in nursing is approved by the Georgia Board of Nursing and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. https://www.ncsbn.org/Georgia.htm http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation The Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC) approves all Columbus State University educator preparation programs that lead to certification in teaching, counseling, and educational leadership. http://www.gapsc.com/ The Master of Education in School Counseling and the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). http://www.cacrep.org/ The Department of Art is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design NASAD). http://nasad.arts-accredit.org/ The Department of Theatre is an accredited associate member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST). http://nast.arts-accredit.org/ The Schwob School of Music is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). http://nasm.arts-accredit.org/

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Selected data that are representative of the College of Education and Health Professions are included in the following tables and text. Associate Dean Office for Assessment and Accreditation

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External Funding Date Received

Granting Agency

Name of College/ Department

GA Dept. of Public Health

COEHP/ Health, Phys. Ed.

65,000

9/8/15 2/29/16

Dr. Tara Underwood

Education campaign to increase awareness of the dangers of second-hand smoke.

COEHP/ School of Nursing

15,000

9/11/15 6/30/16

Dr. LaTonya Santo

To support transition of a retired veteran into nursing education.

11/9/2015

CSU STEPS Gwendoyln Miller CSU STEPS Brittany Grissette MCSD – Math and Science Partnership NASA - Prof Conference Presentations

GA State University BOR through GA State University GA State Univ. (USG) US DOE through MCSD NASA through GIT

1/11/2016

ALG Jennifer Brown

USG BOR

COEHP/Earth and Space Science COEHP/ Teacher Education

2/19/2016

Creativity Garden Mini-grant

Assoc. of Science Tech

COEHP/Earth and Space Science

2/29/2016

GOALS II TPSID

US DOE through GSU

12/8/2016

STEM Innovative Grant

Board of Regents

9/11/2015

9/11/2015

8/18/2015 8/3/2015

9/24/2015

Grant Title GDPH-Breathe Easy III Veteran Nurse Fellows - Darlene James-Richardson

COEHP/ School of Nursing COEHP/ School of Nursing

Award $ Amount

Award Period

Principal Investigator

Brief Description of Project

20,000

8/18/15 6/30/16 8/18/15 630/16

40,403

6/1/15 8/31/15

Mr. Roger Hatcher

To prepare nursing faculty at doctoral level to teach in the University System of Georgia To prepare nursing faculty at doctoral level to teach in the University System of Georgia. To train and develop special education teachers in Muscogee County School District.

39,000

7/6/15 7/5/18

Dr. Rosa Williams

Professional Conference Presentations

15,800

10/1/15 12/31/16

Dr. Jennifer Brown

8,000

3/8/16 7/1/16

COEHP/ Teacher Education

75,000

10/1/15 9/30/16

Dr. Gregory Blalock

Textbooks purchase/supplies Creativity garden designed to support the development of creativity and innovationrelated programming. Building a network of sustainable TPSIDS in Georgia (Transition and Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities).

COEHP/Earth and Space Science

25,000

7/1/15 6/30/16

Dr. Kim Shaw

Flipped class using a blended class format.

COEHP/CQTL

10,000

Data Source: Office of Sponsored Programs

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Dr. LaTonya Santo Dr. LaTonya Santo

Mr. Lance Tankersley


External Funding continued Date Received July 2016 Nov 2015 April 2016 May 2015

Grant Title Alabama Field Trip Support Business Reimbursement for MCSD Title 1 Science Enrichment Math and Science Content Knowledge SPED

Granting Agency Westrock Columbus Water Works Wells Fargo Math and Science Partnership

Name of College/ Department COEHP/ Oxbow Meadows COEHP/ Oxbow Meadows

Award $ Amount 5,000

Award Period AY 2015/16

3,531

Indefinite

COEHP/ Oxbow Meadows COEHP/ Oxbow Meadows

10,000

Unspecified

13,000

2014-2016

Principal Investigator Dr. Michael Dentzau Dr. Michael Dentzau Dr. Michael Dentzau Dr. Michael Dentzau

Brief Description of Project For Alabama schools to visit Oxbow Meadows. To reimburse schools for bus expenses and for Oxbow Meadows to attend math and science nights at the schools. For science enrichment field trips for 7th grade classes from Title I schools GADOE Grant that used Oxbow Meadows as a site for professional development.

Co-Teachers�, Year 2

07/01/16

STEM Grant

University System of Georgia

COEHP

135,000

2016-2019

Dr. Tom Hackett

As of 2016 As of 2016 As of 2016 As of 2016

CSU Annual Fund

Donors / Foundations Donors / Foundations Donors / Foundations Donors / Foundations

COEHP

355,862

AY 2016

Mr. James Grant

The CSU - USG Education Improvement Plan that aims to increase retention and progression of students in the STEM fields through enhanced pedagogy at the university level, create partnerships with area school systems, and increase recruitment of students into STEM fields and STEM education. Year-to-Date Giving, AY2016*

COEHP

193,025

AY 2016

Mr. James Grant

Year-to-Date Giving, AY2016*

COEHP

10,633

AY 2016

Mr. James Grant

Year-to-Date Giving, AY2016*

COEHP

125,000

AY 2016

Mr. James Grant

Year-to-Date Giving, AY2016*

TOTAL

1,164,254

Year-to-Date Giving

Capital Fund Year-to-Date Giving

Endowment Year-to-Date Giving

Planned Gifts Year-to-Date Giving

Data Source: Faculty Grants and COEHP Development Officer

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COEHP Enrollment by Degree Level Degree Programs

AY 2011

AY 2012

AY 2013

AY 2014

AY 2015

Baccalaureate

1978

2018

2025

1961

1918

-60

-3.03%

Masters

472

391

367

394

446

-26

-5.51%

Specialist

155

141

122

207

300

145

93.55%

Doctorate

35

38

40

77

108

73

2.085%

2640

2588

2554

2639

2772

132

5%

College Total

Data Source: CSU Facts and Figures 2015 (9-15-16)

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4 Year Change

4 Year Change


Degrees Awarded 5 – Year Headcount

Data Source: Facts and Figures 2015: Degrees Awarded

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Undergraduate Degrees Awarded Degree Program

AY 2011

AY 2012

AY 2013

AY 2014

AY 2015

4-Year Change

4-Year % Change

Baccalaureate BSEd Early Childhood Education

69

72

52

54

38

-31

-44.9%

BS Exercise Science

38

25

38

40

50

12

31.6%

BSEd Health and Physical Education

12

4

7

16

9

-3

-25.0%

BS Health Sciences

48

54

58

56

58

10

20.8%

BSED Middle Grades Education

20

8

13

9

9

-11

-55.0%

BSN Nursing

103

90

120

149

181

78

75.7%

BSEd Sp Ed – General Curriculum

17

12

18

17

15

-2

-11.8%

Total

307

265

306

341

360

53

17.3%

Data Source: CSU Facts and Figures 2015: Degrees Awarded (9-15-16)

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Masters Degrees Awarded Degree Program

AY 2011

AY 2012

AY 2013

AY 2014

AY 2015

4-Year Change

4-Year % Change

Med Curr and Instr in Accom Teaching

7

14

16

8

20

--

--

MS Clinical Mental Health Counseling

14

20

22

17

23

9

64.3%

Med Educational Leadership

23

14

13

5

8

-15

-65.2%

Med/MAT Early Childhood Education

24

22

16

27

22

-2

-8.3%

Med Exercise Science

NA

NA

NA

NA

3

--

--

Med/MAT Health and Physical Education

10

12

10

16

6

-4

-40.0%

Med/MAT Middle Grades Education

20

19

15

9

8

-12

-60.0%

MSN Nursing

NA

NA

NA

1

5

--

--

Med School Counseling

7

8

11

17

3

-4

-57.1%

Med/MAT School Library Media

8

3

3

4

3

-5

-62.5%

MATC Secondary Education

9

4

13

8

9

--

--

Med/MAT Sec Ed - English

16

14

14

5

4

-12

-75.0%

Med/MAT Sec Ed - Math

5

9

6

3

1

-4

-80.0%

Med/MAT Sec Ed – Science

6

1

4

3

2

-4

-66.7%

Med/MAT Sec Ed – Social Science

5

9

6

1

4

-1

-20.0%

Med/MAT Sp Ed – General Curriculum

18

23

19

14

14

-4

-22.2%

NA 168

NA 138

1 136

--36

--20.9%

Masters

Med Teacher Leadership Total

NA 172

NA 172

Data Source: CSU Facts and Figures 2015: Degrees Awarded (9-15-16)

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Specialists Degrees Awarded Degree Program

AY 2011

AY 2012

AY 2013

AY 2014

AY 2015

4-Year Change

4-Year % Change

Specialist EdS Educational Leadership

32

30

41

23

34

2

6.3%

EdS Early Childhood Education

5

7

7

7

9

4

80.0%

EdS Middle Grades Education

12

6

11

3

1

-11

-91.7%

EdS School Counseling

0

4

2

1

2

2

--

EdS Secondary Education

10

6

6

7

5

-5

-50.0%

EdS Special Education

NA

NA

3

2

3

--

--

Total

59

53

70

43

54

-5

-8.5%

Data Source: CSU Facts and Figures 2015: Degrees Awarded (9-15-16)

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Doctorate Degrees Awarded Degree Program

AY 2011

AY 2012

AY 2013

AY 2014

AY 2015

4-Year Change

4-Year % Change

EdD Curriculum and Leadership

NA

1

3

5

2

--

--

Total

NA

1

3

5

2

--

--

Doctorate

Data Source: CSU Facts and Figures 2015 (9-15-16)

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Degrees Awarded By Degree Level Degree Program

AY 2011

AY 2012

AY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

4-Year Change

4-Year % Change

Doctorate EdD Curriculum and Leadership

NA

1

3

5

2

--

--

Total

NA

1

3

5

2

--

--

Baccalaureate

307

265

306

341

360

53

17.3%

Masters

172

172

168

138

136

-36

-20.9%

Specialist

59

53

70

43

54

-5

-8.5%

Doctorate

NA

1

3

5

2

2

--

Total

538

491

547

527

552

14

2.6%

College Total

Data Source: CSU Facts and Figures 2015: Degrees Awarded (9-15-16)

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Assessment for Teacher Certification Georgia Assessment for the Certification of Educators (GACE) GACE content test scores are used to provide an Independent Third Party Evaluator (I3PE) assessment of candidates’ content knowledge. Though not a requirement for program completion, candidates must pass the GACE content tests in their intended field of certification if they are to be recommended as eligible for certification to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. Test results are reviewed at least annually by program faculty, program coordinators, administrators, department chairs, advisory committees, COEHP Assessment Council, and school district partnerships to make recommendations, guide decisions, and make program, department, and college improvements. www.gace.ets.org www.gace.ets.org/ program_providers

Note: In cases where there are less than ten students taking the assessment or license/certificate, the number passing and pass rate are not reported. 1 Number of completers taking one or more assessments within their area of specialization. 2 Summary level “Number Taking Assessment” may differ from assessment level “Number Taking Assessment” because each student is counted once at the summary level but may be counted in multiple assessments at the assessment level. Data Source: 2016 by Educational Testing Service tlcs.ets.org

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Education Preparation Key Assessments Model of Appropriate Practice (MAP) The Model of Appropriate Practice (MAP) is an initial certification evaluation that outlines the skills beginning teachers should demonstrate. These skills are categorized into four domains: Planning and Preparation, Classroom Environment, Instruction, and Professional Responsibilities. The MAP evaluation is administered multiple times throughout the teacher candidates’ programs to monitor progress. This evaluation is aligned with the Teacher Keys in-service teacher evaluation and the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) http://www.ccsso.org/Resources/Programs/Interstate_Teacher_Assessment_Consortium_%28InTASC%29.html. InTASC is a consortium of state education agencies and national educational organizations dedicated to the reform of the preparation, licensing, and on-going professional development of teachers. Its primary constituency is state education agencies responsible for teacher licensing, program approval, and professional development. The InTASC work is guided by one basic premise: An effective teacher must be able to integrate content knowledge with the specific strengths and needs of students to assure that all students learn and perform at high levels.

Pass Rate 98 % of student teachers passed the MAP evaluation during the 2015-2016 AY Undergraduate Dispositions The dispositions instrument evaluates whether the teacher candidates’ values, commitments, and professional ethics meet or exceed expectations.

98 % of student teachers passed the Dispositions evaluation during the 2015-2016 AY Data Source: Office for Student Advising and Field Experience, Coordinator of Student Teaching

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Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) The edTPA is a teacher performance assessment tool developed by Stanford University. Starting Fall 2015 teacher candidates in Georgia universities must pass the assessment. At this time edTPA will become consequential for Georgia and scored externally by an independent third party evaluator (I3PE). The assessment includes a review of the teacher candidate's teaching materials that document and demonstrate his/her ability to effectively teach subject matter to all students. edTPA is a measure of both teaching skills and content knowledge.

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Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) (continued) Columbus State University Teacher Education, Fall 2015 edTPA Data (N=76) All Handbooks -15 Rubrics (N = 39) Cut Score of 35: 95% pass rate Cut Score of 36: 95% pass rate Cut Score of 38: 90% pass rate (Beginning Fall 2017 the cut score will be 38) World Language Handbook -13 Rubrics (N = 2) Cut Score of 29: 100% pass rate Cut Score of 30: 100 % pass rate Cut Score of 32: 100% pass rate (Beginning Fall 2017 the cut score will be 32) Elementary Handbook -18 rubrics (N = 34) Cut Score of 42: 100% pass rate Cut Score of 43: 100% pass rate Cut Score of 45: 100% pass rate (Beginning Fall 2017 the cut score will be 45) Note: One candidate’s edTPA teaching portfolio was not able to be scored and is not part of the data. Source: Ms. Pam Wetherington, edTPA Coordinator

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Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) (continued) Columbus State University’s Teacher Education, Spring 2016 edTPA Data (N=82) For all handbooks 15 rubrics (n = 61) Cut Score of 35: 95% pass rate Cut Score of 36: 95% pass rate Cut Score of 38: 90% pass rate (Beginning in fall ’17, the cut score will be 38) World Language Handbook 13 rubrics (n = 2) Cut Score of 29: 100% pass rate Cut Score of 30: 100 % pass rate Cut Score of 32: 100% pass rate (Beginning in fall ’17, the cut score will be 32) Elementary handbook 18 rubrics (n = 19) Cut Score of 42: 95% pass rate Cut Score of 43: 95% pass rate Cut Score of 45: 95% pass rate (Beginning in fall ’17, the cut score will be 45) Source: Ms. Pam Wetherington, edTPA Coordinator

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Education Preparation Key Assessments Graduate Model of Appropriate Practice (GMAP) The Graduate Model of Accomplished Practice (GMAP) is an evaluation that outlines the skills in-service teachers should demonstrate. These skills are categorized into five propositions: Commitment to Students and Learning, Knowledge of Subjects and How to Teach Them, Managing and Monitoring Student Learning, Thinking Systematically about Practice, and Membership in Learning Communities. The evaluation is administered multiple times throughout the teachers’ programs to monitor progress. GMAP is aligned with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

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Education Preparation Key Assessments (continued) Graduate Model of Appropriate Practice (GMAP)

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Education Preparation Key Assessments (continued) Graduate Model of Appropriate Practice (GMAP)

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Education Preparation Key Assessments (continued) Graduate Model of Appropriate Practice (GMAP)

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Education Preparation Key Assessments (continued) Graduate Model of Appropriate Practice (GMAP)

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Education Preparation Key Assessments (continued) Graduate Dispositions Assessment The dispositions instrument evaluates whether the teachers’ values, commitments, and professional ethics meet expectations or are rated as exemplary.

Data Source: Dr. Saoussan Maarouf, LiveText Coordinator

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Education Preparation Key Assessments (continued) Graduate Dispositions Assessment Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science Assessments The Physical Education Program data are included in the preceding Unit GACE and Key, Common Assessment data.

Counseling, Foundations, Leadership, and Graduate Studies Assessment The School of Counseling and Educational Leadership data are included in the preceding Unit GACE and Key, Common Assessment data.

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Assessment for Nursing Licensure The National Council of State Boards of Nursing is the exam licensure board for all registered nurses in the United States. All applicants for registered nurse licensure are required to pass the National Council Licensure Examination--RN (NCLEX--RN) upon completion of an accredited program of study in nursing. The following results indicate the performance of graduates from the School of Nursing on the first attempt during the 12 month period from April to March as reported by the National Council of State Boards: Annual Program Report.

Pass Rate Percentage

NCLEX PASS RATE 96 87

84

2014 87

2015 84

79

Pass Rate Percentage

2012 96

2013 79

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Assessment for Counseling Licensure Passage Rate for Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exit Exam First and Second Attempts (2015-2016)

4 Passed Second Attempt 19 Passed First Attempt

24 Exam Takers

Source: Department of Educational Leadership-S. Kuralt Note: (1) did not pass the first or second attempt..

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Summary Columbus State University’s College of Education and Health Professions’ (COEHP) assessment culture embraces the use of purposeful measurement and useful data to guide its plans for and implementation of program improvement. To assist in the assessment process, the college established the COEHP Assessment Council. The Council publishes departmental Facts and Figures annually. These Facts and Figures Reference Data Publications provide college, department, and program data to be used for data-driven decision making. The four departmental publications are authored by each department’s designated COEHP Assessment Council member. The Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication, Book I Introduction, displays selected aggregate data intended to provide a quick reference for the college. In contrast, the departmental Facts and Figures Reference Data Publications, Books II-V, offer a more indepth view of each department and its data. Program Learning Outcomes

Purposeful Assessment

Course / Student Learning Outcomes

Evaluation

Implementation

Continuous Program & Student Learning Improvement

Assessment Process -Key and Course-Based

of Plans

Plans for Improvement Share Results

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Collect and Analyze Data

A 9-Point Cycle Assessment Scheme for Continuous Program and Student Learning Improvement. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

Purposeful Assessment Program Learning Outcomes Course / Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Process –Key and Course-Based Collect and Analyze Data Share Results Plans for Improvement Implementation of Plans Evaluation


Acknowledgements Editors / Reviewers Dr. Deirdre Greer, College of Education and Health Professions Dean Dr. Sallie Averitt Miller, College of Education and Health Professions Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation Ms. Jackie Adamczyk, COEHP Assessment Council, Administrative Assistant and Lead Reviewer

Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication I College of Education and Health Professions Introduction Dr. Deirdre Greer, College of Education and Health Professions Dean, Co-Author Dr. Sallie Averitt Miller, College of Education and Health Professions Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation, Co-Author

Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication II Counseling, Foundations, and Leadership Facts and Figures Reviewers Dr. Andrea Dawn Frazier, Author Dr. Michael Baltimore, Reviewer Dr. Ryan Day, Reviewer Dr. Pamela Lemoine, Reviewer Ms. Sherri Kuralt, Reviewer

Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication III Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science Dr. Joy Thomas, Author Dr. Tara Underwood, Reviewer

Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication V School of Nursing Professor Lisa O’Steen, Author Professor Susan Greer, Reviewer Professor Brittany Grissettee, Reviewer

Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication IV Teacher Education Dr. Toni Franklin, Author Dr. Erinn Bentley, Reviewer Dr. Jan Burcham, Reviewer

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Facts and Figures Reference Data Publications Contact: Dr. Sallie Averitt Miller miller_sallie@columbusstate.edu Telephone Number: 706-507-8506

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BOOK I INTRODUCTION - COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS