Exercise Science Accreditation Toolkit

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Standard

Direct Measure

Indirect Measure

III. Resources

A. Type and Amount

Program resources must be sufficient to ensure the achievement of the program's goals and outcomes.  Resources include, but are not limited to: faculty, clerical/support staff, curriculum, finances, offices, classroom/laboratory facilities, ancillary student facilities, clinical affiliations, equipment/supplies, computer resources, instructional reference materials, and faculty/staff continuing education.

PP 16a

Faculty

NSSE 1n

respondents

NSSE 1o

respondents

NSSE 1p

respondents

NSSE 1q

respondents

NSSE 1s

respondents

NSSE 7d

respondents

Faculty Self-Study 7a

Faculty Self-Study 7b

Faculty Self-Study 7c

Faculty Self-Study 7d

Faculty Self-Study 7e

PP 13b

PP 13c

PP13d

PP13e

PP13f

Alumni 12d

Alumni 12e

Alumni 12f

Clerical/support Staff

NSSE 8c

respondents

NSSE 10b

respondents

NSSE 12

respondents

PP 6a

Faculty Self-Study 5a

Curriculum

NSSE 1b

respondents

NSSE 1c

respondents

NSSE 1d

respondents

NSSE 1f

respondents

NSSE 1g

respondents

NSSE 1h

respondents

NSSE 1i

respondents

NSSE 1r

respondents

NSSE 2a

respondents

NSSE 2b

respondents

NSSE 2c

respondents

NSSE 2d

respondents

NSSE 2e

respondents

NSSE 3a

respondents

NSSE 3c

respondents

NSSE 3d

respondents

NSSE 3e

respondents

NSSE 4a

respondents

NSSE 4b

respondents

NSSE 5

respondents

NSSE 7a

respondents

NSSE 7d

respondents

NSSE 7h

respondents

NSSE 9a

respondents

NSSE 11b

respondents

NSSE 11c

respondents

NSSE 11d

respondents

NSSE 11e

respondents

NSSE 11f

respondents

Student Self-Study 11a

Student Self-Study 11b

Student Self-Study 11c

Offices

NSSE 8c

respondents

Classroom/laboratory Facilities

Faculty Self-Study 6b

Faculty Self-Study 6c

PP2a

PP 2b

PP 2c

PP 2d

PP 2j

PP 1a

PP 1b

PP 1c

PP 1d

Ancillary Student Facilities

PP 11a

PP 11b

PP 11c

PP 12a

PP 3a

PP 3b

Faculty Self-Study 6e

Equipment/Supplies

PP 2e

PP 2f

PP 2g

PP 2h

PP 1e

Faculty Self-Study 6d

Computer Resources

NSSE 1l

respondents

NSSE 1m

respondents

NSSE 10g

respondents

PP 4a

Instructional Reference Materials

PP 3b

B. Personnel

2. Faculty and/or Instructional Staff responsibilities:

In classrooms, laboratories, and all applied instructional settings where a student is assigned, there must be (a) qualified individual(s) clearly designated as liaison(s) to the program to provide instruction, supervision, and timely assessments of the student's progress in meeting program requirements.

Quality of instruction

(see faculty)

Timely Assessments of the student's progress in meeting program requirements

NSSE 1n

respondents

NSSE 1q

respondents

NSSE 8b

respondents

C. Curriculum

The curriculum must ensure the achievement of program goals and learning domains.  Instruction must be an appropriate sequence of classroom, laboratory, and clinical/practical activities.

NSSE 2b

respondents

NSSE 2c

respondents

Instruction must be based on clearly written course syllabi describing learning goals, course objectives, and competencies required for graduation

NSSE 2d

respondents

NSSE 2e

respondents

NSSE 4a

respondents

NSSE 4b

respondents

NSSE 9a

respondents

NSSE 11b

respondents

Student Self-Study 6

Student Self-Study 11a

Student Self-Study 11b

Student Self-Study 11c

Faculty Self-Study 8a

Faculty Self-Study 8b

Faculty Self-Study 8c

Faculty Self-Study 8d

Faculty Self-Study 8e

Faculty Self-Study 8f

Faculty Self-Study 8g

Faculty Self-Study 8h

Faculty Self-Study 8i

Faculty Self-Study 8j

Faculty Self-Study 8k

Faculty Self-Study 8l

Faculty Self-Study 8m

Demonstrate the ability to communicate clearly and effectively using oral communication

OCTE 4853 Methods of Teaching, course presentation.

NSSE 1a

respondents

Final Evaluation 1c

NSSE 1b

respondents

Final Evaluation 2b

NSSE 11d

respondents

Mid-term 7f

Faculty Self-Study 9a

Demonstrate the ability to communicate clearly and effectively using written communication

OCTE 4253 Safety, Organization, & Management of CTE, course portfolio. 

NSSE 1c

respondents

Final Evaluation 1c

NSSE 1d

respondents

NSSE 11c

respondents

Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively within a group environment

OCTE 4112 Career Tech Student Organizations, course project.

NSSE 1g

respondents

Final Evaluation 2c

NSSE 1h

respondents

Final Evaluation 2a

NSSE 11h

respondents

Mid Term 3a

Mid Term 3c

Employer 6e

Utilize critical and creative thinking skills and strategies in order to engage in research, scholarly, creative or design activities within their discipline

OCTE 4842 Capstone in CTE, course project.

NSSE 1d

respondents

Final Evaluation 4c

NSSE 1e

respondents

Final Evaluation 4e

NSSE 1i

respondents

NSSE 2d

respondents

NSSE 2e

respondents

NSSE 6d

respondents

NSSE 11e

respondents

Employer 6l

Demonstrate an understanding of how ethical decisions are made within their discipline

OCTE 4631 Legal & Professional Issues, course project.

NSSE 11n

respondents

Final Evaluation 1e

NSSE 11o

respondents

Mid-term 7e

Employer 6f

Engage in transformative learning experiences in areas of leadership, service, learning and community service, or global competency

OCTE 4403 Overview of CTE, course project.

NSSE 1k

respondents

Final Evaluation 2d

NSSE 7b

respondents

Final Evaluation 3d

NSSE 7c

respondents

Mid-term 7d

NSSE 7d

respondents

Demonstrate an appropriate depth of knowledge and skills related to their disciplines

OCTE 4900/PTE 4900 Practicum, course project.

NSSE 11b

respondents

Mid-term 5a

Employer 7a

Final Evaluation 1d

Employer 7b

Final Evaluation 3a

Employer 7c

Final Evaluation 3b

Employer 7d

Alumni 10

Employer 7e

Employer 7f

Employer 7g

Employer 7h

Employer 7i

Employer 7j

IV. Student and Graduate Evaluation/ Assessment

  • A. Student Evaluation

NSSE 1n

respondents

NSSE 1o

respondents

NSSE 1q

respondents
  • B. Outcomes Assessment

Outcomes assessments include, but not limited to: performance on national credentialing examinations, programmatic retention/attrition, graduate satisfaction, employer satisfaction, job (positive) placement, and programmatic summative measures.  The program must meet the outcomes assessment thresholds.

Performance on national credentialing examinations

Alumni 7

Alumni 12c

Programmatic retention/attrition

IR and comparison to other programs

Graduate satisfaction

Alumni 12a

Alumni 12b

Alumni 12c

Alumni 12d

Alumni 12e

Alumni 12f

Alumni 12g

Employer Satisfaction

Employer 5a

Employer 5b

Employer 6a

Employer 6b

Employer 6c

Employer 6d

Employer 6e

Employer 6f

Employer 6g

Employer 6h

Employer 6i

Employer 6j

Employer 6k

Employer 6l

Employer 7a

Employer 7b

Employer 7c

Employer 7d

Employer 7e

Employer 7f

Employer 7g

Employer 7h

Employer 7i

Employer 7j

Employer 8a

Employer 8b

Employer 8c

Job (positive) placement

Employer 8a

Programmatic summative measures

Annual Assessment (see III section C. curriculum)

Job Preparation

Alumni 12a

Alumni 12b: Please rate your agreement with the following: The clinical/practical portion adequately prepared me for my present position



NSSE respondents in 2006 and 2009