This is the same workshop I teach at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, which has sold out every year since 2008. This practical interactive and hands-on workshop is useful for large or small institutions, community colleges, undergraduate, graduate, technical, or professional programs.
The workshop content is continuously updated to reflect recent developments in assessment and continuous improvement.
Participants will use Assessment 101: Academic Assessment | Five Steps to Continuous Improvement of Student Learning to develop an assessment plan for one academic program, plan data collection and analysis, and anticipate ways to use results to improve student learning and drive budget and planning decisions. This 90+-page book includes extensive information about continuous improvement, best practice, other assessment-related resources, and options for further improvement of institutional assessment processes. It also includes sample forms and templates that can be copied for later use. At each step, there is a clear focus on good practice, continuous improvement, and meeting accreditation expectations. Participants follow examples from a fictitious degree program to draft their own outcomes, measures, etc., and then exchange feedback with the group. Feedback is then used to revise and improve all aspects of the assessment plan.
The workshop is designed to help new or experienced assessment practitioners or faculty to conduct their own program assessment or to train colleagues at their institutions. Although this is not a general education workshop, the methods can be used to improve general education assessment processes.
Fee: $5,000 plus reasonable travel costs from Tulsa (airfare, lodging, ground transportation).
One-day workshop for up to 50 participants. I provide all materials, including a copy of Assessment 101: Academic Assessment | Five Steps to Continuous Improvement of Student Learning (which normally sells for $35) for each participant.
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