Creating a Usable Educational Development Assessment Plan

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Date:
Fri, 8 Jun 2018
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Time:
8:30am to 9:30am
Room: Room:
Dunwoody A
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Can we meaningfully assess educational development impact, yet avoid the time-intensive, challenging task of providing proof of improved student learning? Join us to develop a meaningful, usable assessment plan for your local educational development activities based on a new, comprehensive framework. We will address event, participation, and satisfaction data; build to evidence of faculty learning including intent to change and outcomes produced; and culminate with value we provide in creating a scholarly teaching community welcoming all voices. You will leave with an outline for a focused assessment plan specific to your context and feedback from colleagues about your plan.

  • Session References +

    1.                   S. Hines. (2012). How to Evaluate the Impact of Faculty Development Programs. J. Garrett, Editor Magna Publications Inc. 2.                   T.W. Banta and C.A. Palomba (2015).  Assessment Essentials, Planning, Implementing, and Improving Assessment Processes in Higher Education, 2nd Ed. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco. 3.                   L. Suskie (2016). Meaningful Assessment of AA/AS Transfer Programs. Blog Post. Available at http://www.lindasuskie.com/apps/blog/. 4.                   T.P. Pusateri (2016), How Can I Demonstrate that I am an Effective Teacher? Unpublished paper. 5.                   K.M. Plank and A.K. Kalish (2010), Program Assessment for Faculty Development, from A Guide to Faculty Development 2nd Ed, K.J. Gillespie and D.L. Robertson, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco.