WEST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE
SLO Portfolio Project

Faculty Designed SLO Portfolio Assessments

Name:
Thomas Harjuno

Course Name and Number:
Mathematics 112 "Pre-Algebra"

Division:
Mathematics

Contact:
JarjunT@wlac.edu
310-287-4342

 

Institutional or Program SLO

#2 Analyze and interpret spatial and graphic data (schedules, maps, and tables, graphs) to plan and organize daily routines. (Theme: spatial and graphic data).

   
Paper, Project, Portfolio (Assignment and Assessment)

Students create a table to show their daily schedule in a typical week and be able to use it as a guide for their daily routine.

   
Sample Activities

At any point of these activities, students are allowed to interact and discuss to others.

- Each student prepares a ruler, a pencil, crayons/high-lite, and ink-pen. Paper is provided.

- Each student creates a 7-by-36 table, representing 7-day columns and 36 half-an-hour timeslots by pencil: Sunday, Monday,…, Saturday; 6.00-6.30, 6.30-7.00, 7.00-7.30,…, 23.30-24.00.

- Each student lists the weekly/daily activities and categorizes them in the priority of “important”, “important but flexible”, “not important”. No “just-for-fun”/”not important” activity should sneak into the schedule.

- Each student fills in the timeslots in the table by the activities in order of their priority, box, and color the activities. Same routine activities are to be colored by same colors. Free timeslots are left blank.

- Details are added to each activity, such as: place, room, who to contact, who to update, etc.

   
Rating Scale

A

Precise & Excellent

Detailed, well-organized, well-defined activities and neat. Activities are colored appropriately. Free timeslots are understood and left blank. Resulting table is a good guide for a typical weekly schedule. No crucial activity is missing.

B

Above Average

Less-detailed, less well-organized, less well-defined activities, and slightly messy. Activities are colored appropriately. Some free timeslots are understood as not-free. Resulting table is a good guide for a typical weekly schedule and some activities should be updated. No crucial activity is missing.

C

Standard

Generally acceptable, barely-adequate organization, activities are defined generally and colored less-appropriately. Some free timeslots are understood as not-free. Table is not a good guide for a typical weekly schedule, a lot of activities should be updated. One crucial activity is missing.

D

Substandard

General labeling on activities, random coloring, and messy. Table is useless in being a guide and planning. Two crucial activities are missing.

F

Unacceptable

Activities are defined using too general terms, messy, inappropriate labeling on activities. Coloring doesn’t reflect the routines. Missing more than two crucial activities.

 

   
Sample Work

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Reflection on the Process