Student Learning for Civic Capacity: A Project Funded by the Teagle Foundation.

“A morally and civically responsible individual recognizes himself or herself as a member of a larger social fabric and therefore considers social problems to be at least partly his or her own; such a person is willing to see the moral and civic dimensions of issues, to make informed moral and civic judgments, and to take action when appropriate” (Ehrlich 2000).

Teagle Pre/Post Survey Items

Reflection on Quantitative Assessment Design & Process6-college-gains-losses-at-a-glance

6 Campus Summary of Qual/Quant Assessments

Teagle Reflection Essay Prompt
Students use this prompt to write their reflection essays.

Teagle Reflection Essay Rubric
This rubric is used to score the Teagle reflection essays.

Teagle Scoring Template

Kapiʻolani Service-Learning Assessment Protocol
This process is used to score the Teagle reflection essays.

Individual Scoring Sheet
On this table, a reader records his/her individual scores for the reflection essays.

Master Scoring Sheet
On this table, a group of readers records its agreed-upon scores for the reflection essays.

Teagle Score Reporting Template
On one table, readers record all the scores for all the dimensions for all the reflection essays. On another table, readers record the number of essays scoring for each rubric level.

Raritan Valley CC: Assessing Impacts of Service Learning Student Outcomes

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