June 21, 2018
The Assessment, Evaluation, and Research KC is happy to bring NASPA an outstanding learning opportunity that is free for AER KC Members. You can register through the NASPA Online Learning Community.
Monday, June 25, 2018 at 2PM EST
This live briefing will engage you to try using non-traditional data collection methods that are action-oriented, participatory, and entertaining. The presenter will highlight techniques commonly used in strategic planning processes that can be used for the collection of data and artifacts to enhance the student or staff experience, as well as provide suggestions for use of these data.
Using Angelo & Cross’s “Classroom Assessment Techniques,” and Gray, Brown, and Macanufo’s “Gamestorming: A playbook for innovators, rulebreakers, and changemakers,” participants will consider few different techniques to obtain feedback from students, faculty, and staff. The approaches highlighted are useful to both collect data and encourage participants to elaborate on the learning activities or programming they have experienced. These approaches can also be easily transitioned into strategic planning activities. Attendees should leave this session ready to implement new and exciting ideas about assessment they can readily deploy on their campuses.
Participants will be able to identify and select interesting and engaging assessment techniques for assessing programs, events, or other educational opportunities.
Participants will be able to design/customize interesting assessment techniques for assessing programs, events, or other educational opportunities.
Participants will be able to plan for using the data from non-traditional assessment methods in supporting unit or institutional assessment processes
This course is free for members of the Assessment, Evaluation, and Research KC. For more information and to register for the course follow this link - https://olc.naspa.org/catalog/action-oriented-assessment
Erica Eckert, Ph.D, serves as Assistant Dean for Assessment and Accreditation and as Assistant Professor in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services at Kent State University. In this role, she manages the assessment efforts for accreditation, compliance, and program review and engages in survey development and data analysis. Dr. Eckert teaches courses on assessment, technology, and business in higher education. She has been a member of NASPA since 2003 and is a member of the Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Knowledge Community leadership team.
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