Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Program (SLOAP)
BHCC’s student learning outcomes and assessment work allows for the continuous refinement of student learning outcomes; ensuring that students are learning the knowledge, skills, attitudes and beliefs in order to be effective community members in today’s society.
In order to do outcomes and assessment at Bunker Hill, the Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Program (SLOAP) was designed and implemented by full-time faculty during the 2003-2004 academic year. The SLOAP Taskforce, currently composed of faculty and professional staff representatives from each academic and co-curricular department, oversees ongoing assessment of student learning outcomes on the course, program and institutional levels. Faculty and professional staff submit outcome development and assessment proposals to the Taskforce for approval and, once the proposed project is complete, submit a report of their findings to the Taskforce. Participants use data from SLOAP projects to improve learning where assessment projects indicate improvement is needed. All SLOAP data is maintained by individual departments and stored on the TaskStream database used to record College work around planning and assessment.
The Co-Chairs of the SLOAP Taskforce are:
- Aurora Bautista, Professor of Behavioral Science
- Meghan Callaghan, Coordinator of Community Engagement
- Perla Gilman, Assistant Professor and Chairperson of the Medical Laboratory Technician Program
- Mark Popeney, Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Performing Arts Degree.
Contact the SLOAP Taskforce at email@example.com.