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Workshop Wednesday

BEA Assessment Boot Camp:  Soup to Nuts

Wednesday (8:30-Noon), April 15, 2015

 

Audience:  The workshop is geared to faculty and administrators who are interested in learning about, discussing, and developing plans for both programmatic and course assessment.  The “Assessment Doctors” session will allow participants to meet with individual faculty/administrators to network and ask specific, programmatic or course-specific questions.

Cost:  $35 to cover breakfast and flash drives.

8:30-9:00 Breakfast  
 9:00-9:05

 

 

Welcome and Introduction

 

 William Covington, Jr., Edinboro University

of Pennsylvania

9:05-9:10 Getting Started William G. Christ, Trinity University 
 9:10-9:55  Programmatic Assessment  
     Using Indirect MeasuresUsing Direct Measures

Beyond Student-Learning

Outcomes

Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State UniversityGlenda Cantrell Williams, University of  Alabama

Don Grady, Elon University

 
9:55-10:05 BREAK 
10:05-10:35 Classroom Assessment
   Using Embedded “Authentic”Assessment

Using Rubrics

Stacey O. Irwin, Millersville University ofPennsylvania

John R. Turner, Towson University

 
10:35-10:50 BREAK 
10:50-11:50 Assessment Doctors    Programmatic Assessment

 

 

 

 

 

    Classroom Assessment

 

 

    

 

 

    

Don Grady, Elon University

Marie Hardin, Pennsylvania State University

Judy Oskam, Texas State University

Mary C. Schaffer, CSU-Northridge

Glenda Cantrell Williams, University of Alabama

 

Chandra Clark, University of Alabama

Samuel H. Edsall, Western Illinois University

Stacey O. Irwin, Millersville University

of  Pennsylvania

Ginger Loggins, Appalachian St. University

John R. Turner, Towson University

 

11:50-Noon Final questions, wrap-up and what’s next? William Covington, Jr., Edinboro Universityof Pennsylvania

William G. Christ, Trinity University