Recorded on: June 11, 18 & 25, 2015 (75-90 minutes)
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This webinar is a 3-part workshop designed to facilitate your campus teamís learning as you design programmatic assessment plans. The ultimate intention of this workshop is for you and your institutional team to walk away with a refined assessment plan and/or report, depending on where you are in your assessment process. Each session is designed to be highly interactive with activities that you complete and share with colleagues and other participants. This process offers a unique opportunity to share ideas and solutions across institutions.
Session 1: History and Importance Of Outcomes-Based Assessment & Components Of An Outcomes-Based Assessment Plan & Report (2 hours)
Note about activity: Participants will be able to post their completed activities on a website and view the activities of the other participants. A criteria checklist will be provided so that participants can self-evaluate their learning and review the work of their peers. Although the speaker will not be able to provide individual feedback, she will review all completed activities and base the following sessionís content on the progress/learning that is reflected in the activities.
Session 2: Mapping SLOs To Programs & Services & Designing Evaluation Tools & Criteria (2 hours)
Session 3: Q&A & Closing The Loop (1 hour)
Marilee J. Bresciani Ludvik, Ph.D. serves as Professor of Postsecondary Educational Leadership at San Diego State University, where she coordinates the postsecondary educational leadership program, the mindfulness-based integrative inquiry program, and the NASPA Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment Certificate offered through National University. Marileeís most recent research focuses on using translational neuroscience to inform the design and evaluation of workshops and curriculum to decrease studentsí, faculty, and administratorsí stress and anxiety and increase their attention, emotion, and cognitive regulation, as well as enhanced critical thinking, compassion, and creativity. Marilee can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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