Creating an IDS 2110 Class
The IDS 2110 class serves as both a capstone class for our students and as an assessment tool to measure student success in achieving General Education and Cluster specific learning outcomes. Faculty who have taught the IDS 2110 class have found that when they reward students in some meaningful way in the course for completing their assessment projects, the results are much more meaningful.
The following will assist you:
Background and Instructions for Creating an IDS Class (Karen Griffin, Director, AA Program)
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Procedure for getting course approved
Designing your Course
General Education Assessment and IDS 2110
IDS 2110 Section Course Proposal Form
IDS Scoring Rubric for Instructors
Questionnaire for Faculty Evaluation of Student Performance
Subject Assessments (Appendices)
General Education and Cluster Outcomes
IDS Sections Taught, 2010-2011
Sample IDS Course Proposal
Sample IDS Course Syllabus (Dr. Susan Hoerbelt)