Select your Division Enter the name of your department Enter the name of the course with section. Enter CRN# for course Enter SLO Statement(s) Academic Year Quarter of Assessment Modality of class Method of Assessment Elaborate on Assessment Method Number of students exceeding expectations Number of students meeting expectations Number of students approaching expectations Number of students who do not meet this/these outcome(s) N/A Not Applicable (withdrew, absent, ...) Reflection Enhancement/Action
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Accounting ACCT D074-62Z 12453 Demonstrate competency in identifying, assessing and interpreting ethical issues in accounting and explain the costs and risks of unethical practices in business from the point of view of all relevant stakeholders. 2023-2024 Summer Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz Students submit assignments throughout the course to demonstrate understanding of course materials. Students take a timed midterm examination that is a combination of multiple choice and essay. Students submit a written final project. 6 32 0 2   Students run into various issues when completing the course - some students are not able to submit assignments in a timely manner due to outside issues. I will continue to provide resources for all students to understand assignments and make accommodations when necessary.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES auto tech autoD060.61 00221 Student Learning Outcome: Demonstrate the ability to diagram and construct simple electrical circuits, calculating and measuring voltage, amperage, and resistance using Ohm's Law and a digital multimeter.
Student Learning Outcome: Develop a testing sequence to diagnose inoperative charging, cranking, and battery circuits.
2023-2024 Fall Face-to-Face Exam Course Test/Quiz 50 question , multiple choice final exam, 50 point performance final exam. 1 13 9 1   most did well, if not OK data determined from perrformance exam where student demonstrates skills learned in course
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES auto tech AUTOD0.62 26843 Student Learning Outcome: Demonstrate the ability to diagram and construct simple electrical circuits, calculating and measuring voltage, amperage, and resistance using Ohm's Law and a digital multimeter.
Student Learning Outcome: Develop a testing sequence to diagnose inoperative charging, cranking, and battery circuits.
2023-2024 Fall Face-to-Face Exam Course Test/Quiz 50 question multiple choice final exam
50 point performance final exam
4 15 4 0   most did well data was used on student ability to perform diagnosis on a vehicle using skills learned in the course
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Automotive Technology Auto 99A 23791 The student will demonstrate the ability to perform a battery load test, a starter draw test, a charging system test and analyze the readings. 2023-2024 Fall Face-to-Face Demonstration The student is assessed in a Performance Final where they demonstrate to me, various battery and starting system diagnostic exercises. 5 20 0 2 0 Overall, the Performance Final was a success. Specifically, I had many students stay after class to practice. The students that stayed, excelled as this was clearly evident in their scores. To clarify, the students that stayed after class, worked together on their own. I had zero interaction with them which worked perfectly. The students worked together in a true peer-to-peer environment. Many were here a total of 15 hours in a 1 week span, which is a lot of practice. Next fall quarter, I will encourage all students to stay after class. Many of my students work after class, so I will try to accommodate them with flexible hours. The students that stayed really stuck out. This seems so overly simplistic, but accurate.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Automotive Technology Auto 99B 23796 The student will demonstrate the ability to repair a copper strand wire, perform a parasitic draw test, and measure the resistance of various components. 2023-2024 Fall Face-to-Face Demonstration The student has the tools to repair the copper strand wire. I supply them with all wire and crimping connectors. The student will check a parasitic draw on a school vehicle while explaining to me, whether the readings are good or not. Lastly, I supply various electrical components for them to measure electrical resistance. They take measurements and I verify their readings. 18 8 0 1 0 This students for this particular Performance Final are typically very successful as the students are familiar with 2 of the 3 tasks before entering the class. That being said, preparation for this Performance Final makes them even better, thus the excellent results. This particular class was no exception as the vast majority of this class did very well. Based on the success for this particular SLO, I will leave it as it is.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES CIS CIS D040 44673, 47778 Design, code, document, analyze, debug, and test introductory level Python programs. 2023-2024 Summer Online with at least some synchronous hours Laboratory Project Project that requires to write a computer program written in Python 34 37 40 2 3 Every semester I am amazed at how well De Anza students are doing in my classes. Success rates are consistently > 90% , there are very few withdrawals. Majority of grades are A's and there are very few students who do not manage to meet the SLO. Encourage students to seek support at campus tutorial services at those few who seem to need help.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES CIS CIS -002 62Z 004369
Student Learning Outcome: Analyze the effect of the Internet, computers, and cellular communications on individuals, culture, and society.

Student Learning Outcome: Analyze the effects of the Internet, computers, and cellular communications on institutions, including education, business, economics, and politics.

Student Learning Outcome: Judge the effect of the the Internet and computers on law and ethics.
2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Tracked Academic Behavior REQUIRED participation in the online class activities such as discussions and group project work in addition to doing the weekly individual assignments. 14 4 4 2 10 Most students who actively participate throughout the course do very well. Students who miss work, fall behind or regularly submit work late miss much of the intended outcomes. More direct communication with students who are falling behind to determine to determine reasons and work to resolve.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES CIS CIS -089A 62Z 00494 Student Learning Outcome: Create a web site using HTML and CSS and published to a web server. 2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Project directed activities to design and develop web pages using web-based technologies. There is also reading, discussing, critical thinking to encourage application of development skills in a broader context. 6 8 4 2 10 There are no programming pre-reqs for the course. Students with no background or prior knowledge choose not to continue to participate without dropping the course. Making more background and low level materials available may help but this increases the workload for those who are already struggling.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES CIS PYTHON PROGRAMMING CIS D041A63Z 38592 Design, code, document, analyze, debug, and test introductory level Python programs. 2023-2024 Winter Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz In my Python Programming class, assessment methods encompass quizzes, coding assignments, projects, discussion sections, and opportunities for extra credit. Quizzes evaluate theoretical knowledge, coding assignments test practical skills, and projects assess the ability to apply concepts to real-world scenarios. Discussion sections provide a platform for collaborative learning, and extra credit allows for additional challenges. This multifaceted approach ensures a comprehensive evaluation of both understanding and application of Python programming concepts.           n/a n/a
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES CIS CIS D003.74Z 02638 Student Learning Outcome 1: Create and execute a plan to improve success factors in a business, using software and hardware.
Student Learning Outcome 2: Produce a business document utilizing word processing tools to show the use of various formatting, such as columns, outlines, and numbering.
Student Learning Outcome 3: Design a model for business decision-making utilizing spreadsheet software and incorporating charts, formulas, and formatting.
Student Learning Outcome 4: Create a presentation on a technology topic utilizing presentation software incorporating graphics and text.
Student Learning Outcome 5: Solve a business data problem by utilizing database technology.
2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz I use assessments consisting of open-ended questions in order for students to demonstrate their understanding of pedagogy, and interactive labs/tutorials for skill development. 2 10 7 14 3 I am frustrated by the reality that students signed up for my section and initially participates, later to disappear, particularly for assessments. These students all exhibit the same traits, sign up but don't show up.

My active students meet or exceed my expectations. I'm very pleased with their work.
Make the case to college administration the problem I'm experiencing with no shows.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Information Systems CIS D040.03Z 26032 Design, code, document, analyze, debug, and test introductory-level Python programs. 2023-2024 Fall Online with at least some synchronous hours Project Evaluation of programming assignments for correctness, design, documentation, and efficiency. Lab problems, group collaborative problems, and/or online assignments or tutorials demonstrating the ability to read and analyze code through debugging and/or writing snippets of code. 4 5 6 4 1 Some students improved a great deal from the start of the course to the end. None at this time.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Information Systems CIS D340.05Z 26555 Design, code, document, analyze, debug, and test introductory-level Python programs. 2023-2024 Fall Online with at least some synchronous hours Project Evaluation of programming assignments for correctness, design, documentation, and efficiency. Lab problems, group collaborative problems, and/or online assignments or tutorials demonstrating the ability to read and analyze code through debugging and/or writing snippets of code. 4 5 0 6 2 Some of the students improved quite a bit from the start of the course to the end. None at this time.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Information Systems CIS D004.03Z 26036 Course Objectives
Demonstrate knowledge of the history of computer development within the discipline of computer science.
Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware/software components
Apply security settings and recognize basic privacy issues
Identify terminology and use basic functions of application software
Explore network connectivity
Explore the Internet to confidently and competently use its features
Explore communication and social media tools
Utilize and apply introductory operating system concepts
CSLOs
Manipulate data in a spreadsheet.
Manage file and folder properties in the operating system.
Extract information from a database program.
2023-2024 Fall Online with at least some synchronous hours Demonstration Exams based on comprehension and mastery of key terms and concepts as well as application skills related to analysis and synthesis of computer concepts. These are evaluated on correctness.
Participation in lab skills exercises that demonstrate ability to critically evaluate the proper use of appropriate computer hardware/software and computer concepts to complete a given set of computer-related tasks. Presentation to evaluate ability to research and synthesize course materials related to appropriate computer usage in a modern society.
6 6 6   7 I think students learned a lot not only the basics but also new technology. None at this time.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Science CIS 022B-03Z 22325 Read, analyze and explain intermediate level C++ programs. Design solutions for intermediate level problems using appropriate design methodology
incorporating intermediate programming constructs. Create algorithms, code, document, debug, and test intermediate level C++ programs
2023-2024 Fall Online with at least some synchronous hours Laboratory Project Students must complete six in depth lab projects of increasing difficulty covering the breadth of the course. 30 13 0 4 8 Students continued to struggle with indirect references when used in class inheritance. Currently developing new code clearly demonstrating the correct usage of indirect references when inheriting constructors from an abstract base class.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Science CIS D022A 6GZ 22006 Design solutions for introductory level problems using appropriate design methodology incorporating elementary programming constructs. Create algorithms, code, document,
debug, and test introductory level C++ programs. Read, analyze and explain introductory level C++ programs.
2023-2024 Fall Online with at least some synchronous hours Exam Course Test/Quiz Students were required to complete a midterm exam which required them to show mastery of all SLOs 19 0 0 0 0 The class as a whole exceeded my expectations. All 19 students earned "A" in the class, which was exceptional. I will consider offering more extra credit assignments in future semesters for this class.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Science CIS D022A 06Z 27781 Design solutions for introductory level problems using appropriate design methodology incorporating elementary programming constructs. Create algorithms, code, document,
debug, and test introductory level C++ programs. Read, analyze and explain introductory level C++ programs.
2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz Students were required to complete a midterm exam which required them to show mastery of all SLOs 16 1 1 1 0 The class as a whole exceeded my expectations. Only one student out of 19 had F, there was 1 D and 1 C...everyone else had "A". I will consider offering more extra credit assignments in future semesters for this class.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Science CIS D340. 62Z 27782 Design, code, document, analyze, debug, and test introductory level Python programs 2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz Students had a final which required them to show mastery of SLO 14 14 0 0 0 All students earned an "A" and 4 earned A+ in the class which was exceptional. I already offer extra credit opportunities for the class
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Computer Science CIS D040. 62Z 26035 Design, code, document, analyze, debug, and test introductory level Python programs 2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz Students had a final which required them to show mastery of SLO 23 2 0 2 0 Of 27 students, 24 earned "A", 2F, 2B. There were 10 A+ students. 93 success rate is very impressive. I already offer extra credit assignments for the class and walk-through videos.
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Real Estate REST D050 27123 Demonstrate a knowledge of how real property is described, acquired, appraised, financed, encumbered and leased; how title to real property is held in California, evaluate factually simple real estate contract issues from a buyer's, seller's and real estate agent's perspective and identify and evaluate ethical issues in a California real estate context. 2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Exam Course Test/Quiz 8 homework assignments
15 quizzes
1 comprehensive final
18 6 2 2 0 overall students did a good job answer any questions students might have
BUSINESS, COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES Real Estate REST D51 02244 Demonstrate an ability to handle offers, including negotiating and making counteroffers
Describe the events that take place after a purchase and sale agreement is signed
Describe the functions of a property manager and identify the types of documents commonly used by property managers
2023-2024 Fall Online - Asynchronous Presentation/Performance 12 quizzes
midterm / final exams
1 role play assignment
11 4 1 9 0 many did not do a required assignment wonder how many times i have to remind students of the assignments