What works in Assessment & Accreditation – Success Stories
Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eCampus News, Editor-at-Large
Best practice around student assessments and the accreditation process.
As part of the accreditation process, you need to show that you are conducting a systematic and continuous process of gathering and evaluating student performance on designated learning expectations and using the results to make data-driven improvements in students’ learning experiences. That process can be cumbersome and difficult to manage.
Join this webinar to hear from your peers at Lakeland Community College and Lamar University about how they’ve instituted a scalable, institution-wide solution that addresses the major methods needed to collect and report on student performance against learning outcomes.
Hear how they
- Leverage the use of course rubrics attached to any gradable item and gradebook column or exams to facilitate the Primary Assessment approach
- Leverage submissions of student work to create a repository for committee evaluation using a rubric to facilitate the Juried Assessment approach
- Generate summative and formative reports giving assessment professionals, program coordinators, and instructors granular and actionable data for making data-driven improvements on student learning
- Identify curricular areas of learning in which students are performing well and areas needing improvement, helping to identify students at-risk, areas for remediation, and/or areas needing improvement
Meet Your Speakers
Ruth Newberry, PhD
Principal Education Consultant
Donna Fong, PhD
Graduate Faculty, Department of Educational Leadership
Lynne Gabriel, PhD
Lakeland Community College