This year we are planning a series of hands on educational events for the conventions final day. We will be working with many industry leaders for these events and will be releasing more information on these events shortly.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
8:30 am - Noon
Audience: The workshop is geared to faculty and administrators who are interested in learning about, discussing, and developing rubrics for both course and programmatic assessment.
Cost: $25 to cover breakfast (Register for BEA2014 and the Assessment Boot Camp)
8:30-9:00 am Breakfast
9:00-9:05 am Welcome and Introduction
Kim Fox, The American University in Cairo
9:05-9:20 am So What Exactly is a Model Rubric?
William G. Christ, Trinity University
9:20-10:05 am Using Rubrics for Course Assessments
TV News Package Script, Ginger Loggins, Appalachian St. University
TV News Package, Chandra Clark, University of Alabama
Long-form Video News Package, Samuel H. Edsall, Western Illinois University
10:05 – 10:10 am Break
10:15-11:00 am Using Rubrics for Papers and Projects
Literature Review, Cynara Medina, Trinity University
Final Research Paper, Mary C. Schaffer, CSU-Northridge
Production and Post-Production Reflection, Barth Cox, Fort Lewis College
11:00 – 11:10 am Break
11:10-11:40 am Using Rubrics for Programmatic Assessment
Demonstrating Departmental Outcomes, John R. Turner, Towson University
Using Digital Portfolios (website), Trey Stohlman, Central Michigan
11:40 – Noon Final questions, wrap-up and what’s next?