|Submission Date||Sept. 28, 2020|
Northern Arizona University
AC-6: Sustainability Literacy Assessment
|2.00 / 4.00||
Office of Sustainability
Does the institution conduct an assessment of the sustainability literacy of its students?:
Which of the following best describes the literacy assessment? The assessment is administered to::
Which of the following best describes the structure of the assessment? The assessment is administered as a::
A copy of the questions included in the sustainability literacy assessment(s):
A list or sample of the questions included in the sustainability literacy assessment or the website URL where the assessment tool may be found:
The Sustainable Ambassador Program conducts a pre- and post-test: https://in.nau.edu/green-nau/sustainable-ambassador/ Please see the attached document of the pre and post test questions.
A brief description of how the literacy assessment was developed and/or when it was adopted:
Sustainable Ambassador Program - The assessment was developed by the program's creators and was initiated in 2016.
A brief description of how a representative sample was reached (if applicable) and how the assessment(s) were administered :
All participants in the Sustainable Ambassador Program are required to take the tests. They are administered through BBLearn along with the other course materials.
A brief summary of results from the literacy assessment(s):
The most recent group of students to graduate from the Spring 2020 Sustainable Ambassadors program completed both pre and post-tests and scored in the following ways:
The average score for the pre-test was 62.5%
The average score for the post-test was 65%
While this was a small number of students (n=8), these scores demonstrated improvement in sustainability literacy upon course completion.
Website URL where information about the sustainability literacy assessment is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
Information provided by survey through Sustainable Ambassador program
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