Blackboard Instructions: Assess an Assignment Using a Rubric Attached to a Stand Alone Grade Center Column

Document: Assess an Assignment Using a Rubric that is Attached to a Stand Alone Grade Center Column NG 10222019


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PDF files of GLO University Rubrics:

Program Learning Outcome (PLO) Review

During academic year 2019-2020, Concordia Department Chairs/Program Directors/ Assessment Coordinators are asked to review all Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) in academic programs, and align each PLO to one Global Learning Outcome (GLO).  All six GLOs should be represented in each major or graduate program. This alignment can be documented on the attached Alignment Worksheet: PLOs to GLOs distributed at the Faculty Retreat, August 12, 2019.

Alignment Worksheet Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) to Global Learning Outcomes (GLOs) Faculty Retreat August 12, 2019

For the June 2020 Assessment Report, use the following WORD version of the Alignment PLOs and GLOs worksheet to create a document for each program to upload in the Narrative portion of the report. That document needs both your alignments and the list of all your Program Learning Outcomes.

  1. Part I Outcomes column which asks for the “one program outcome best aligned” with each GLO.  We do not need the “Part I: Tools” column completed for this purpose.
  2. PART II List all of your Program Learning Outcomes here:
    Word version- PLOs to GLOs Alignment Worksheet and List of ALL PLOs Request

Global Learning Outcome #1 Christian Faith – How Concordia Faculty Embed Christian Faith into Course Work

Global Learning Outcome #1: Christian Faith – Our graduates are grounded in the Christian faith while also recognizing other major worldviews and how they differ from a Christian understanding of the world.

See how Concordia Faculty embed Christian Faith in course work, organized in the following categories:

  1. Knowledge of Bible content: link to activities
  2. Bible knowledge/Christian Faith applied to contemporary, organizational, or professional situations or problems: link to activities
  3. Understanding how Christian Faith informs exploration of one’s vocation or applying Christian Faith to personal and vocational contexts: link to activities
  4. Recognition of other major worldviews and how they differ from a Christian understanding of the world: link to activities

More about the Global Learning Outcomes here: link

Teaching Effective Professional Communication

On Wednesday, October 31, 2018 this year’s Faculty Laureate Carrie Jo Scheel (OT) presented “Teaching Effective Professional Communication”.

The program included sharing her expectations and evaluation of OT students’ oral and written communication while making presentations.This session is part of this year’s focus on Global Learning Outcome #5 Communicative Fluency.

Related handouts are below.


Presentation Powerpoint

Presentation Rubric