- SLU Faculty Liaisons
University Liaison Information
Student Assessments are a required piece to ensure effective classroom instruction.
Assessments provide valuable information about the nature and effectiveness of course offerings. By collecting a variety of assessments, the 1818 ACC Program and Faculty Liaisons can truly get a better knowledge and understanding of the classroom environment, teaching methods, and student success.
While it is a requirement for accreditation and compliance, the collection of student assessments from high schools help facilitate conversation on developing stronger courses and instructors at the high school.
The 1818 ACC Office requires our Faculty Liaisons should collect the three following samples for each participating high school course:
- Collect an above average sample of a key student assessment tool (i.e. a project, examination, etc.)
- Collect an average sample of a key student assessment tool (i.e. a project, examination, etc.)
- Collect a below average sample of a key student assessment tool (i.e. a project, examination, etc.)
- Collect a blank copy of the sample assessment tool used for samples 1-3 above (i.e. project, examination, etc.)
Instructions on How to Submit Student Samples
Please follow these instructions to ensure your collected samples are submitted and on file with the 1818 ACC Program office:
- Collect the three sample types (outlined above) from each specific course at the partnering high school
- Remove any identifying personal information from the samples (i.e. first and last name)
- Upload Ungraded and Graded assessments to the 1818 ACC Faculty Liaison Files Site
- Contact the 1818 ACC Program Office with any questions or difficulties.
Departmental Assessment Plan Report
Faculty Liaisons should work with their high school adjunct instructors as a group to develop a standardize way of assessing students in the classroom. Faculty Liaisons are encourage to utilize the Departmental Assessment Plan Report to record the group's recommendation and changes for each academic year.