Developing the Passport Learning Outcomes and Proficiency Criteria: Quantitative Literacy
Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 at 12:00pm MT
Members of the Quantitative Literacy faculty team, Jonathan Bodrero and Bob Turner, will share information about the process for developing the Passport Learning Outcomes (PLOs) and their accompanying Proficiency Criteria (PC). You will learn how they were able to find alignment across their institutions – where there was easy consensus and where they had to work through the differences. This information should provide a good background for understanding the role of the PC and leading discussions on your campus about determining the congruence of your institution’s/state’s learning outcomes with the PLOs.
Jonathan Bodrero, Associate, Professor, Math, Snow College
Jonathan Bodrero is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Snow College. He earned his bachelors and masters degrees from Brigham Young University and has been teaching full time at Snow College for seventeen years. In addition to the Interstate Passport project, Jonathan has experience with outcomes-based assessment as he chaired the Math GE Tuning team for Utah and currently serves as institution point person for the AAC&U Multi-State Collaborative to Advance Quality Student Learning. He is also involved in the creation of an OER text aligned to the Math Core Standards for grades 6 – 8.
Robert Turner, Mapping State Coordinator, Interstate Passport, WICHE
Robert “Bob” Turner retired in June 2011 after four years as Oregon University System assistant vice chancellor for academic standards and collaborations. He worked with Oregon’s public universities, statewide faculty senate, and K‐12 and community college leadership on student learning and student transitions among educational institutions. Turner received a B.S. in biology from Seattle University and a Ph.D. in embryology from the University of Oregon, and taught and conducted biology research for over 30 years. He is an emeritus professor of biology at Western Oregon University, where he was honors program director and interim dean of liberal arts and sciences.