Walla Walla University
GS Preliminary Assesment Report
Please use this form to submit your preliminary assessment report. This is not meant to be your final data analysis, but instead an initial report on the General Studies assessment you completed during the school year.
This report is due by July 1.
General Studies Objectives
Please select one General Studies Objective that you assessed:
Excellence in Thought
Students will apply the methods of science to investigate and analyze the natural world.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of individuals and societies from a social science perspective.
Students will develop the skills for reflection, analysis, criticism, and synthesis.
Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the historical foundations of the modern world.
Students will interpret problems symbolically and draw meaningful conclusions from their solutions.
Students will solve problems using appropriate mathematical methods and express their solutions clearly.
Students will learn to responsibly obtain, evaluate, and use information.
Generosity in Service
Students will demonstrate knowledge of social stratification and diversity.
Students will develop an understanding of and responsibility toward environmental stewardship.
Beauty in Expression
Students will learn to formulate, organize, and communicate ideas effectively and responsibly.
Students will apply their knowledge of literature and the arts through critical and creative work.
Students will acquire the knowledge and skills needed to participate in physical activity throughout their lifespan.
Faith in God
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the Holy Scriptures.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of Christian doctrines from a Seventh-day Adventist perspective.
Describe the assessment tool you used.
When did the assessment occur? In what class(es)? What is the criteria/benchmark for “success”?
Summary of Data
Please provide a summary of your findings. Include numerical values such as averages etc., the sample size or n size, but not raw data.
Use of Results
Please describe what this data means to your department. If you intend to make any changes to the delivery of your content, please include a timeline and description of these changes.
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