2014-2015 Past Workshops
2014-2015 Past Workshops
Recent Spring 2015 Workshops
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Held on April 16, from 2-4 in MUB 388.
You filled out that professional development survey and we listened! Join fellow faculty members as they share how technology has eased evaluation of student learning outcomes and improved outcome attainment. Chemistry Chair Roger King will demonstrate ExamView, which is a test writing and scoring program that easily produces disaggregated student results. With ExamView it is a simple task to link regular classroom exams, quizzes, lab report, etc to specific SLOs, and summarize individual student results at the end of the semester.
Also, iClickers are used by faculty for both formative and summative assessment of student learning. Wanna see if the students are on track? Want to easily assess an outcomes without scantrons and battles with broken copiers? Sheri Miraglia, from Biology, will share her experiences using iClickers, both the device and app. Find out how you can check out iClickers for your classroom and use them effectively.
Finally, all faculty can enhance teaching and learning and ease assessment reporting burdens by using key components of Insight. Ed Tech Chair Cynthia Dewar will demonstrate the possibilities.
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Held on April 17th from 3-5 in MUB 140.
Not sure what’s going on? Asking yourself, “When and where do I report data for my CRNs, Courses, Programs, and Service Units?”
Thinking, “I heard I have to enter data for every student, but I don’t understand how that’s done?”
If you are confused, it’s completely understandable. The Standards concerning assessment have many moving parts. Join the Accreditation Steering Committee for a forum on SLOs and the 2014 ACCJC Accreditation Standards. The focus will be primarily on the requirement for disaggregated student outcome data but will cover the following:
1. Why new ACCJC Standards require student level data
2. The kinds of analysis and details are needed for course/program/unit improvements.
3. Timeline, deadlines, and requirements over the next three semesters
4. Where to locate resources so you can successfully navigate CurricUNET (scheduled to go live for assessment reporting on April 15th).
Bring your questions to the forum. There will be lots of time for Q & A.
SLO BASICS: This SHORT COURSE teaches effective design of SLOs & PSLOs, how to assess, and use data to make meaningful change and report results by the next deadline. Held Spring, 2015