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Strategic Planning


Strategic Priority: EDUCATIONAL QUALITY (Strategy Map)


Strategic Goal 2:
MDC will drive innovation through teaching, mentoring, and learning experiences that transform students, the community, the nation, and the world.

Objective 2.1. 

Increase the proportion of students who achieve a level of proficiency or higher on assessments of general education student learning outcomes - COMMITMENTS◄NEW

Objective 2.2. 

Increase academic program quality and impact - COMMITMENTS◄NEW

Objective 2.3. 

Increase innovation in teaching and learning - COMMITMENTS◄NEW

III. Program Level/Student Learning Outcomes

Enhance College-wide and program-level student learning outcomes and assessments (including QEP) (Lead: Vice Provost, Academic Affairs)

Desired Outcomes: To improve programmatic and student learning outcomes, specifically as per Goal 2, Objective 2.1.

Q1 - September

50%

Q2 - October

65%

Q3 - April

75%

Q4 - July

TBD


IV. Strategic Academic Program Development and Review Framework

Establish College-wide framework for strategic academic program development and review (Lead: Vice Provost, Academic Affairs)

Desired Outcomes: To improve processes for the strategic development and review of academic programs, specifically as per Goal 2, Objective 2.2.

Q1 - September

25%

Q2 - October

25%

Q3 - April

50%

Q4 - July

TBD


V. Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Institutionalize avenues for recognizing empirically proven innovation in teaching and learning (Leads: Vice Provost, Academic Affairs/District Director, CTD)

Desired Outcomes: To promote and encourage faculty to identify, research, and enhance teaching and learning practices that support improved student outcomes, specifically as per Goal 2, Objective 2.3.

Q1 - September

15%

Q2 - October

15%

Q3 - February

35%

Q4 - July

TBD




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