THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

CAT Workshop: Making Student Learning Assessment Manageable and Meaningful for Academic Programs

THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

CAT Workshop: Making Student Learning Assessment Manageable and Meaningful for Academic Programs

Facilitated by Dr. Anita McCauley

This workshop is designed for those leading the assessment of student learning for academic programs, such as department chairs and assessment and curriculum committee members. By the end of our time together, we hope that you:

  • better understand the process and purpose of student learning assessment,
  • feel more prepared to submit annual learning assessment reports such as the Academic Program Evaluation Report (APER) in the College, and 
  • develop ideas and strategies to make your program’s assessment plan more meaningful and sustainable. In particular, we will focus on having meaningful outcomes, aligned and manageable measures, and a plan for data collection, analysis, and interpretation.  

You will also have an opportunity to talk with colleagues to share assessment processes, consider strategies for common challenges, and discuss questions associated with conducting meaningful assessment that leads to learning improvement in your program.

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Wednesday, April 17 at 3:30pm to 4:45pm

Z. Smith Reynolds Library, ZSR 665 (Faculty Commons Classroom)
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Event Type

Academics, Center for Advancement of Teaching All, Center for the Advancement of Teaching Workshops

Departments

Academic Centers / Institutes, Center for the Advancement of Teaching

Target Audience

Faculty

Website

https://forms.gle/U5PpV1mJEiCBQYVS9

Contact name

Megan Hobbs

Contact email

mhobbs@wfu.edu

Contact phone number

3367584587

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