Join faculty colleagues from across campus for a morning of inquiry, conversation, and engagement about sustainable and meaningful approaches to student learning outcomes assessment. Please don’t stop reading now that the A-word has appeared! Are you wary? Don’t worry, there’s a session just for you!
Friday, May 24, 2019
8:30 am to 1 pm
Student Community Center Multipurpose Room
- 8:30 am
- Breakfast & Check-In
- 9 am - Session A
- Get Curious about Student Learning (aka Assessment for Beginners, Skeptics, and the Wary) | presented by Kara Moloney
- 10 am - Session B
- Faculty panel: Communicating Goals for Student Learning | participants: Heather J. Hether, Richard Kim, Matthew Stratton, & Anne Todgham.
- 11 am - Session C
10 Things I Hate About Rubrics (OR: 10 Things People Might Tell You That Aren't Really "True") | presented by Joe Anistranski
- 11:40 am - Session D
Gathering Direct Evidence of Student Learning with Canvas | presented by Heather J. Hether.
- 12: 10 pm - Session E
- Student panel: What Students Secretly Wish Faculty Knew…
- 12:45 pm
- Closing Thoughts | presented by Carolyn Thomas
Light refreshments will be served. Please register so we can make evidence-informed decisions about our catering order.
For questions about the Symposium, please email us!
We can't wait to get CURIOUS with you about student learning on May 24!