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 |

Physical Sciences, | mathematics | MATH 1A- | 27474 | Analyze and synthesize
the concepts of limits, continuity, and differentiation from a graphical,
numerical, analytical and verbal approach, using correct notation and mathematical precision. Evaluate the behavior of graphs in the context of limits, continuity and differentiability. Recognize, diagnose, and decide on the appropriate method for solving applied real world problems in optimization, related rates and numerical approximation |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | I asked the students to find the largest area of a rectangle inscribed in a triangle on exam 3 | 20 | 15 | 2 | 1 | 0 | The students did well on this assessment question. I was happy with how well they learned the concept | To enhance this SLO, I will give more of these problems as group work and have the students make up some of their own problems to work on as well. |

Physical Sciences, | Parviz Sales | Math 10.3 | 27538 | 1. Organize, analyze, and utilize appropriate methods to draw
conclusions based on sample data by constructing and/or evaluating tables,
graphs, and numerical measures of characteristics of data. 2. Identify, evaluate, interpret and describe data distributions through the study of sampling distributions and probability theory. 3. Collect data, interpret, compose and evaluate conjectures, and communicate the results of random data using statistical analyses such as interval and point estimates, hypothesis tests, and regression analysis. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | I collected 5 homework assignments, 12 hands-on labs, 2 quizzes, 2 tests and a final exam. additionally, there were routine uncollected homework and spot check for understanding. | 12 | 12 | 5 | 6 | 2 | These typical for this course. | I am planning to be more proactive in pushing for day to day work and following up with uncollected homework and the spot checks. this was not much of reality and possible with the online formatting. |

Physical Sciences, | Math | Math 10.4 | 27546 | 1. Organize, analyze, and utilize appropriate methods to draw
conclusions based on sample data by constructing and/or evaluating tables,
graphs, and numerical measures of characteristics of data. 2. Identify, evaluate, interpret and describe data distributions through the study of sampling distributions and probability theory. 3. Collect data, interpret, compose and evaluate conjectures, and communicate the results of random data using statistical analyses such as interval and point estimates, hypothesis tests, and regression analysis. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Online with at least some synchronous hours | Exam Course Test/Quiz | 5 homework assignments, 12 labs, 2 quizzes, 2 tests and a final exam. | 12 | 12 | 5 | 5 | 2 | My outcomes were typical with what has been happening in my classes. | Not much thought has been given, since going forward i'll be teaching in-person. |

Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | MATH D03 | 27574 | Investigate, evaluate, and differentiate between algebraic and
transcendental functions in their graphic, formulaic, and tabular
representations. Synthesize, model, and communicate real-life applications and phenomena using algebraic and transcendental functions. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Hybrid (some Face-to-Face) | Exam Course Test/Quiz | 3 Exams and 1 Final Exam; Weekly Quizzes; Group quizzes before exam to review for exam; HW assignments due every week | 6 | 5 | 5 | 1 | 7 | There were 5 students who worked very hard with support and
encouragement and were able to pass. 7 students withdrew because the face to face classes M to Th was not working for them. |
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Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | Math-10- | 27615 | Organize, analyze, and utilize appropriate methods to draw
conclusions based on sample data by constructing and/or evaluating tables,
graphs, and numerical measures of characteristics of data. Identify, evaluate, interpret and describe data distributions through the study of sampling distributions and probability theory. Collect data, interpret, compose and evaluate conjectures, and communicate the results of random data using statistical analyses such as interval and point estimates, hypothesis tests, and regression analysis. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Question1- Question including creating a relative frequency
table and calculating sample statistics using appropriate notation. Question2- Make a visual connection between the probability distribution of a distribution of a random variable(discrete), the proportion of one sample, and the population proportion, a parameter. Designate the resulting confidence level corresponding to an area of probability under the distribution curve of the random variable. Question3- Interpret a confidence interval for a population parameter in context of the problem. Writing hypothesis. For single/ 2-populations Independent/Dependent. |
24 | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 | Out of 31 students tested, 80.3 % achieved >75% or better on
the assessment on question1. Out of 31 students tested, 79 % achieved >75% or better on the assessment question2 Out of 31 students tested, 78% achieved >75% or better on the assessment question3 Instructor Note: Students were making mistake for correct symbol and values of statistics and parameter. Rubric for exam helped them to write all the required information and show work. Only students who miss classes were not participating in the group work struggled more. Around 15% of the students who were not completing the homework assignments were struggling. |
Enhancement: In the future I will add more practice and collaborative assignments. And continue to convince them attending classes to learn better and completing the assignments is very important to be successful. I tried to put my recorded important-topic-videos to help the students midway during 7th week, I was thinking to bring them to the class to learn; but I found the students attending classes everyday provided me feedback that videos were helpful for learning better. I will include videos in Canvas modules from the beginning now onward. |

Physical Sciences, | Physics | PHYS D050 | 27949 | Examine critically new, previously un-encountered problems, analyzing and evaluating their constituent parts, to construct and explain a logical solution utilizing, and based upon, the fundamental laws of mechanics. | 2023-2024 | Fall | Online with at least some synchronous hours | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students completed open-ended physics questions that required use of standard diagrams and representations to solve multi-object dynamics questions. | 4 | 12 | 15 | 6 | 8 | Students that used the methods from class were very successful for the most part on the assessments and showed the ability to use our techniques on a variety of novel problems. Others seemed to default to past experiences (eg, high school courses) or other rote problem solving methods, rather than use the conceptual methods developed. They struggled in novel problems where equations for simple problems were not applicable. I think students needed more time in the early stages of problem solving with a gradual release of scaffolding. | I would create more novel problems with a gradual scaffolding release and metacognitive questions alongside that release in future semesters. This would help students fully adapt the more robust, but slightly more complex, methods that were provided in lecture. |

Physical Sciences, | Math | Math D03 | 27668 | Investigate, evaluate and differentiate between algebraic
functions in their graphic, formulaic, and tabular representations. Synthesize, model, and communicate real-life applications and phenomena using algebraic functions. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | 1. Determine whether the given table could represent a function
that is linear, exponential, or neither. If it appears to be exponential, find a function that passes through the points. If it appears to be linear, find a function that passes through the points. Graph the function by making a table. Is the function increasing or decreasing? 2. Find a linear or exponential function that fits the given scenario. Using the function obtained, answer the rest of the questions. A doctor prescribes 125 milligrams of a therapeutic drug that decays by about 30% each hour. To the nearest hour, what is the half-life of the drug? Write a model representing the amount of the drug remaining in the patients system after t hours. Then use the formula to find the amount of the drug that would remain in the patients system after 3 hours. Round to the nearest milligram. Using the model found in the previous exercise, find f(10) and interpret the result. Round to the nearest hundredth. |
10 | 8 | 4 | 2 | 0 | 75% of the students passed both the SLO's by either exceeding expectations or meeting expectations. 25% of the students did well in answering the first SLO but not the second SLO. My estimated target was 85% success rate overall. The second SLO was an application problem where some of the students struggled in identifying the model, setting up the equation and solving the word problem. | The next time that this SLO is assessed, with this type of application problem, I plan to introduce one concept at a time and work with multiple examples in groups. Explain how the linear and exponential functions are crucial in real life applications and work with examples that are more relevant. |

Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | MATH 22- | 27565 | Critique a mathematical statement for its truth value, defend
choice by formulating a mathematical proof or constructing a
counterexample. Analyze and apply patterns of discrete mathematical structures to demonstrate mathematical thinking. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Online with at least some synchronous hours | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students were assessed based on 3 quiz, final exam, and class group activities throughout the quarter to measure their understanding of concepts presented in class. | 7 | 9 | 6 | 3 | Overall students performed well in this class given the challenging nature of the course. | I would like to setup an individual meetings with students to establish an additional layer of communication, especially for those students who do not meet expectations. | |

Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | MATH 31- | 27569 | Investigate, evaluate, and differentiate between algebraic and
transcendental functions in their graphic, formulaic, and tabular
representations. Synthesize, model, and communicate real-life applications and phenomena using algebraic and transcendental functions. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students were assessed based on 3 quiz, final exam, and class
group activities throughout the quarter to measure their understanding of
concepts presented in class. |
8 | 12 | 13 | In general students performed well in this class given the
challenging nature of the course for a precalulus course |
I would like to setup an individual meetings with students to establish an additional layer of communication, especially for those students who do not meet expectations. | ||

Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | MATH 46- | 27594 | Analyze mathematical problems from elementary mathematics, apply
problem solving techniques using a variety of methods, solve these problems
individually and in groups, and communicate results mathematically through a
variety of forms. Utilize ideas from number theory, distinguish types and properties of numbers, and employ mathematical rules for operating on rational and irrational numbers using verbal, symbolic, geometric, and numerical methods. Examine and evaluate myths and realities about the contemporary discipline of mathematics and its practitioners. Identify and discuss developments in the history of elementary mathematics from a variety of cultures. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Online with at least some synchronous hours | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students were assessed based on 3 quiz, final exam, class group
activities, and projects throughout
the quarter to measure their understanding of concepts presented in
class. |
4 | 9 | 5 | In general students performed well in this class given the
challenging nature of the course. |
I would like to setup an individual meetings with students to establish an additional layer of communication, especially for those students who do not meet expectations. | ||

Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | MATH 01C | 27506 | 1) Graphically, analytically, numerically and verbally analyze
infinite sequences and series from the perspective of convergence, using
correct notation and mathematical precision. 2) Apply infinite sequences and series in approximating functions 3) Synthesize and apply vectors, polar coordinate system and parametric representations in solving problems in analytic geometry, including motion in space |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | 5 quizzes, 2 midterms, 1 final exam. all free response problems. | 18 | 6 | 4 | 7 | 1 | The students who did not meet expectation did not possess some key core skills from the prerequisite classes, Math 1A and 1B. | Spend more time reviewing limits and derivatives from Math 1A during the first week. |

Physical Sciences, | Math | MATH 31- | 27572 | Investigate, evaluate, and differentiate between algebraic and
transcendental functions in their graphic, formulaic, and tabular
representations. Synthesize, model, and communicate real-life applications and phenomena using algebraic and transcendental functions. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | There were 5 quizzes, three chapter tests and one final exam. Students were asked to graph, calculate specific features or model a situation using linear functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions quadratic functions, polynomials and rational functions. There are also problems related to the conic equations. | 10 | 22 | 8 | 2 | Because some students lack the prior knowledge of more basic algebra skills (like FOIL or factoring), they would still have difficult time to complete a problem fully even when they knew the new concept. | More basic algebra scuffling are needed when introduce new concepts during class time. Test problems should be more specific on testing students on concepts from the current class. | |

Physical Sciences, | Math | MATH 31- | 27575 | Investigate, evaluate, and differentiate between algebraic and
transcendental functions in their graphic, formulaic, and tabular
representations. Synthesize, model, and communicate real-life applications and phenomena using algebraic and transcendental functions. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | There were 5 quizzes, three chapter tests and one final exam. Students were asked to graph, calculate specific features or model a situation using linear functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions quadratic functions, polynomials and rational functions. There are also problems related to the conic equations. | 14 | 20 | 4 | 2 | 2 | Because some students lack the prior knowledge of more basic
algebra skills (like FOIL or factoring), they would still have difficult time
to complete a problem fully even when they knew the new concept. |
More basic algebra scuffling are needed when introduce new concepts during class time. Test problems should be more specific on testing students on concepts from the current class. |

Physical Sciences, | Mathemtics | Math 1B-1 | 27495 | Analyze the definite integral from a graphical, numerical,
analytical, and verbal approach, using correct notation and mathematical precision. Formulate and use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Apply the definite integral in solving problems in analytical geometry and the sciences. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Used the final exam to assess the outcome: Apply the definite
integral in solving problems in analytical geometry and the sciences. |
21 | 4 | 2 | 4 | 1 | Most student achieved the goal set by the learning outcome. Some students could not master the basic skills due to foundation and lack practice. | Provide opportunities for more in class and after class practice. |

Physical Sciences, | Mathematics | Math 1D-2 | 27513 | Use double, triple and line integrals in applications, including Green's Theorem, Stokes' Theorem and Divergence Theorem. | 2023-2024 | Fall | Online with at least some synchronous hours | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Used final exam problems to evaluate the skills of calculating and applying multiple integrals, line integrals and surface integrals. | Most student can use the correct method to evaluate the integral given. Some students confused surface integrals with double integrals. | Focus on the comparison and differentiation of different types of integrals in the future teaching of the course. | |||||

Physical Sciences, | Math | Math 22-0 | 27564 | *Critique a mathematical statement for its truth value, defend
choice by formulating a mathematical proof or constructing a
counterexample. *Analyze and apply patterns of discrete mathematical structures to demonstrate mathematical thinking. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Evaluate answers to questions on final exam, each question corresponding one of the SLO statements. | 21 | 10 | 2 | 5 | 8 | After teaching mathematical reasoning, I feel students didn't understand how much of the techniques of reason they were learning were mechanical. | When teaching this course again, I will stress the mechanical formal nature of much of mathematical reasoning. |

Physical Sciences, | Math | Math D00 | 27482 | Analyze and synthesize the concepts of limits, continuity, and
differentiation from a graphical, numerical, analytical, and verbal approach,
using correct notation and mathematical precision. Evaluate the behavior or graphs in the context of limits, continuity, and differentiability. Recognize, diagnose, and decide on the appropriate method for solving applied real world problems in optimization, related rates and numerical approximation. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Online - Asynchronous | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Comprehensive final exam containing problems assessing each of the the SLOs. | 25 | 11 | 0 | 1 | 1 | Overall, I am pleased that 95% of the students not only met but
exceeded my expectations. Their
commitment to learning the difficult subject, Differential Calculus, is
commendable. I am happy with the outcomes. It is evident that they invested
time and effort into Math 1A. However, I also acknowledge that there were a few challenges for a couple of students. Unfortunately, one student did not attend the final exam, and another did not perform as expected. To those students, I will encourage them to reach out to De Anza Connect to avail himself to utilizing their resources. |
Moving forward, I am committed to implementing proactive
measures to support all students in their academic endeavors. In instances
where I observe a student struggling, I will offer dedicated office hours and
make an effort to meet with them at a time that suits our mutual schedules.
Additionally, I will continue to collaborate with De Anza Connect to ensure that students have access to the resources and support needed for success. |

Physical Sciences, | Chemistry | Chem 25-2 | 22997 | Evaluate the standard classes of chemical reactions. | 2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Questions on Final exam: 4 multiple choice and 1 free response questions | 13 | 11 | 1 | 1 | 2 | A high % of students met or exceeded the evaluated learning outcome. Students benefitted from the combination of classroom and hands-on in lab learning. | Continue to improve laboratory material. |

Physical Sciences, | Chemisrty | chem 26-2 | 22998 | Evaluate the standard classes of chemical reactions. | 2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Multiple choice and free response questions on Final exam | 8 | 11 | 4 | 2 | 3 | 68% of students met or exceeded the leaning outcome. students benefitted from the combination of lecture and hands-on lab work. Some if the students how approached or didn't meet expectations would have benefitted from on site tutoring. | Continue improving laboratory material. Present on campus support for struggling students more prominently |

Physical Sciences, | Math | MATH 10- | 27528 | Organize, analyze, and utilize appropriate methods to draw
conclusions based on sample data by constructing and/or evaluating tables,
graphs, and numerical measures of characteristics of data. Identify, evaluate, interpret and describe data distributions through the study of sampling distributions and probability theory. Collect data, interpret, compose and evaluate conjectures, and communicate the results of random data using statistical analyses such as interval and point estimates, hypothesis tests, and regression analysis. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students took a comprehensive final exam | 12 | 5 | 3 | 15 | 1 | 15 students do not meet the outcomes because they do not study the given practice exam. | Have more students to study the practice exam. |

Physical Sciences, | Math | Math 32-2 | 27590 | Formulate, construct, and evaluate trigonometric models to analyze periodic phenomena, identities, and geometric applications. | 2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students took a comprehensive final exam to access every aspect of the student learning outcomes. | Most students did a fantastic job. | Give more final exam review problems. | |||||

Physical Sciences, | Math | Math 32-2 | 27590 | Formulate, construct, and evaluate trigonometric models to analyze periodic phenomena, identities, and geometric applications. | 2023-2024 | Fall | Face-to-Face | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Students took a final exam that accessed every aspect of the student learning outcomes. | 19 | 7 | 6 | 4 | 2 | Most students did a fantastic job on the final exam. | Give extra practice problems to help students who do not meet the outcomes. |

Physical Sciences, | Math | MATH 1C- | 27502 | Analyze infinite sequences and series from the perspective of
convergence, using correct notation and mathematical precision. Apply infinite sequences and series in approximating functions. Synthesize and apply vectors, polar coordinate system and parametric representations in solving problems in analytic geometry, including motion in space. |
2023-2024 | Fall | Hybrid (some Face-to-Face) | Exam Course Test/Quiz | Comprehensive Final Exam | 7 | 11 | 6 | 7 | 0 | Most students did well, however I notice students who do not meet the SLOs struggled with previous concepts in Integration and Derivatives. | Encourage students to come to office hours the weekend before final exam and to seek help at tutoring center. Spend more time for final review in class. Refresh students on concepts in Integration and Derivatives using pre-recorded lectures and quizzes. |