Our Value-Added Skills Self-Assessments
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Performance Measures for Personal & Professional Growth
Skidmore College states that value-added assessments attempt to measure student growth over time — from the time that a student enters a program until the student graduates. The most common method is pre- and post-testing.
Community On Demand™ uses its card game, skills self-assessment worksheet and game board along with the Money Guide for Young Entrepreneurs courses and activity toolkits to help learners establish a firm benchmark on how to measure their personal and professional growth. Our game-based learning tools are especially helpful for measuring a learner’s knowledge and skillset and provides an easy way to score and statistically analyze the results.
Five Achievement Domains
Success within Community On Demand™ is measured through values assigned to each skill within five achievement domains. Our achievement domains represent the 63 high-demand employability skills and 6 socio-economic conditions that fuel the digital learning ecosystem of the Community On Demand™ Creative Economy. The five color-coded achievement domains help learners quickly determine their readiness for college and career by a visual mapping process that defines, measures, builds and names their high-demand employability skills.
Skills Self-Assessment Tools
Success within Community On Demand™ is also measured through values assigned to each skill within five achievement domains. Each skill carries a potential value (PV) based on the achievement domain it belongs to. Once used, the potential value is converted into a contribution value (CV) and is attributed to the wealth of the Community On Demand™ Creative Economy.
The Power of
Community On Demand™
Our learning tools create enhanced work-based learning experiences for our partners in education through job shadowing, mentorship, service-learning, school-based enterprises and entrepreneurship.
Do Better. Think BIGGER!
Knowledge Is Power
Those who know how, will always have a job.
Those who know why, will always be their boss.
Those who know what to do, determine the outcome.