Sunday – November 17, 2019
To assure effective development and consistent delivery of instiutional-level, program-level and course-level student learning outcomes, MATC uses the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) continuous quality improvement cycle.
Plan: By regularly reviewing and discussing evidence of student learning, faculty identify a specific opportunity to improve outcomes, choose a new strategy and plan a way to test the improvement.
Do: Based on a defined strategy, faculty adjust instruction and support for student skill development.
Check: Analysis of assessment results informs faculty continuous improvement discussions and decisions aimed toward strengthening student learning.
Act: Based on evidence of student success with achieving learning outcomes, faculty commit to practices contributing positively or take appropriate action in areas of opportunity.