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Research and Institutional Effectiveness

KC Assessment Data Reports:

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KC Balanced Scorecards:

Kilgore College Core Curriculum Assessment Summary Report

The Kilgore College Core Curriculum addresses the question, “What should educated people be able to do and know?” At a minimum, they should be able to effectively read, write, speak, listen, think critically and be computer literate. Those are referred to in the core curriculum as Basic Intellectual Competencies. On a higher level, the core curriculum should help students look at the world in a different way—being able to relate certain information to the world around them by understanding it and appreciating it more fully. In the core curriculum these values are encapsulated in what are known as Perspectives.

Each component area of the core curriculum has a list of Exemplary Educational Objectives that students should achieve. They are by component area:  Communication; Mathematics; Natural Sciences; Humanities/Arts; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Computer Science; and Kinesiology.

Kilgore College employs multiple assessment tools to measure students’ mastery of exemplary educational objectives, intellectual competencies, and attainment of perspectives within the core curriculum and uses the results of assessment to improve student learning: KC Core Curriculum Assessment Summary Trend - 2013

Grade Distributions:

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Division 1: Math,Science & Health Sciences:

Division 2: Liberal & Fine Arts:

Division 4: Public Services:

Division 5: KC-Longview:

Division 6: Business, Technology, & Language Development:

Division 8: Student Development:

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By Division & Department (All Semesters): 2007-08

By Course Grade Success (A,B,C) Category:

Grade Distributions: Grade distributions by individual instructors

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Contact Hour Summary:

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Academic Year: 2007 to 2013

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Program Reviews:

Division 1: Math,Science & Health Sciences:

Division 2: Liberal & Fine Arts:

Division 4: Public Services:

Division 5: KC-Longview:

Division 6: Business, Technology, & Language Development:

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For information about Research and Institutional Effectiveness:

Robin Huskey
Director
Research and Institutional Effectiveness
Phone:
(903) 983-8620
Office:
McLaurin Admin. Bldg., 209
Ronda Callaway
Research Data Specialist
Research and Institutional Effectiveness
Phone:
(903) 988-3702
Office:
McLaurin Admin. Building (ADM)