Mario Borha

Mario Borha

Associate Professor, Oakton Community College

Mario Borha earned his B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics from Loyola University Chicago as well as an M.S. in Teaching and Learning from University of Saint Francis. Mario has been an assistant professor of Mathematics at Oakton Community College for the past three years. While there, he has served on Oakton’s Program for Assessment and Learning as a member of the General Education(G.E.) team for the past two years.

B13. Peel the Assessment Onion Without Crying: An Improved Model for Assessing General Education

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Institutionally, we all have key skills we want our students to possess when they leave our schools, regardless of discipline. General education (GE) learning outcomes (LOs) define those learning competencies that transcend disciplines and unite us as educators. Despite their importance, assessing student learning of GE outcomes can be extremely difficult to plan, structure, and […]

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