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Law 11 - Jackman

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SLO REPT

 

 

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Course

LAW 011 - Introduction to Legal Assistant II – Jon Jackman, Spring 2013

 

SLO

Students will demonstrate appropriate application  of ethics in legal matters

 

Related Institutional Learning Outcome(s)

1) Written and Oral Communication

Students will demonstrate the interactive nature of communication involving speaking, writing, listening and reading. Evidence will be the student’s ability to make a clear, well-organized verbal presentation employing appropriate evidence to support the arguments or conclusions and to write a clear, well-organized paper using documentation and quantitative tools when appropriate.

6) Ethics and Values applied to decision-making

Students will demonstrate facility in making value judgments and ethical decisions by analyzing and formulating the value foundation/framework of a specific area of knowledge in its theory and practice or in a professional context. Evidence will be the ability to identify own values, infer and analyze values in artistic and humanistic works as well as scientific and technological developments and to engage in values-inflected and ethical decision-making in multiple contexts.

 

Assessment Information

Year/Semester

Section

Class SIze

Sample Size

Assessment Method

Evaluation Instrument

Spring 2013

0318

30

10

Case Study

Rubric

 

Assessment Description - Elaborate on the details of the assessment method. (e.g. length, Time in semester, Type, etc.)

Law Discipline has decided to assess the ethics case study one more time but to use a new rubric based on critical thinking principles and then to compare with the last assessment done in Spring 2012.


Assessed By:
Jackman, Jonathan 6/24/2013

 

Assessment Results

 

Good
10.00 pts.

Fair
5.00 pts.

Poor
2.00 pts.

Clarity

Good

Student elaborates on the application of the appropriate ethical principles to solve the ethics case study

Fair

Student partially elaborates on the application of the appropriate ethical principles to solve the ethics case study

Poor

Student does not elaborate on the application of the appropriate ethical principles to solve the ethics case study

9.0 (90 %)

Accuracy

Good

Student is accurate in the selection of the correct ethical principle to apply in solving the ethics case study

Fair

Student is somewhat accurate in the selection of the correct ethical principle to apply in solving the ethics case study

Poor

Student is inaccurate in the selection of the correct ethical principle to apply in solving the ethics case study

9.5 (95 %)

Relevance

Good

Student provides analysis that is relevant to the solution of the ethics case study

Fair

Student provides some analysis that is relevant to the solution of the ethics case study

Poor

Student provides little or analysis that is relevant to the solution of the ethics case study

8.2 (82 %)

Depth

Good

Student is able to grasp and discuss the complexities and difficulties of the ethics case study.

Fair

Student is able to grasp and discuss some of the complexities and difficulties of the ethics case study.

Poor

Student is unable able to grasp and discuss any of the complexities and difficulties of the ethics case study.

9.5 (95 %)

Rubric Score: 91 %

 

Assessment Analysis

This assessment of 91% far exceeds the assessment of Spring 2012 for Law 11 which was at 74%. This is a substantial increase. One explanation is that we used the same ethics study. A second explanation is that we require students to read the article on critical thinking at the beginning of each semester, and students are becoming better and more adept at analyzing ethics case studies because they have a deeper understanding of critical thinking. Thus if we want to improve a particular SLO, we should include articles at the beginning of each semester which will provide information and context necessary for the student to analyze data and information and come to conclusions.

 

Curriculum Modifications

Curriculum Modifications Planned? NO


 

Resource Requests

Any Resource Requests? NO


 

Supplemental Files

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