2012-2013

Homeland Security and Public Safety Assessment Tools Improvement Plan, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Demonstrate their aggregate knowledge of relevant and critical topics in homeland security and public safety.

Project A:  Homeland Security & Public Safety Research Project:  None

Project B:  Oral Presentation Project:  None

 

Outcome 2:  Apply the homeland security strategies, objectives, concepts, and theories in a real-world supervised internship. 

Homeland Security and Public Safety Learning Improvement Plan, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Demonstrate their aggregate knowledge of relevant and critical topics in homeland security and public safety.

Impact of Previous Year’s Plan:  Baseline data still being assessed.

Homeland Security and Public Safety Data Analysis, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Demonstrate their aggregate knowledge of relevant and critical topics in homeland security and public safety.
 
Project A:   Homeland Security & Public Safety Research Project
Success Standard:  85% of the students will attain a 75% or higher on this assessment.
 

Homeland Security and Public Safety Assessment Tools, 2012-2013

Outcome 1, Project A Submissions: Research Project/Paper Rubric, no data submitted

Outcome 1, Project B Submissions: Oral Presentation Rubric (Project not completed - no student data)

Technology Assessment Project Details, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Understand why some workers are treated differently in the workplace because of their group membership.
 
Project A: Pre/Post-Survey
Is this the first, second or third year for this project?   First

Technology Learning to be Assessed, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Understand why some workers are treated differently in the workplace because of their group membership.

Learning Skill/Knowledge to be Assessed:  Weekly in-class seminars on current events, readings, and intense cases to help clarify the complexity of managing and working in a diverse workplace.

Why:  Our future managers need to know how to work productively with people whose values, motivators, and culture are different from their own.

Faculty Collaborators:  Dr. Robert Nora

Aviation Flight Assessment Tools Improvement Plan, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Communicate with Air Traffic Control.

Project A:  Air Traffic Control simulation with Class C Airspace with AFLT 170.

Project B: Reflective activity, survey of AFLT 170 students’ confidence of Communication with Air Traffic Control. 

 

Outcome 2:  Navigate exactly with advanced navigation systems.

Project A:  FAA Knowledge Test Exam results of AFLT 216.

Aviation Flight Learning Improvement Plan, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Communicate with Air Traffic Control.

Impact of Previous Year’s Plan:  Good overall understanding of Air Traffic Control has improved the Flight Program’s ability to Communicate with Air Traffic Control in Class D Airports.

New Improvement Plan: Continue assessing Communicating with Air Traffic Control with a focus on Clearance Delivery usage at Class C airports.  Develop a better survey and method of survey delivery.

 

Aviation Flight Data Analysis, 2012-2013

Outcome 1:  Communicate with Air Traffic Control.
 
Project A:  Air Traffic Control simulation
Success Standard: 100% of the students will score 70% or higher.
 
Strengths: Our students indicated a good overall understanding of Air Traffic Control with an average score of 83.7%
Weaknesses: Clearance Delivery scored the lowest understanding.

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