Curriculum & Assessment Track

The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Divisional Assessment Coordinators are happy to announce the Curriculum & Assessment track of faculty professional development for full-time and adjunct faculty! At the end of this popular program, learners will be able to discuss and participate in course, program, and college outcomes assessment.

Faculty know that they “own” the curriculum – but what does that mean exactly?  Faculty are responsible for assessing student learning – but where do you start? This three-session track will answer these questions and assist full and part-time faculty in understanding their rights & responsibilities relative to the official curriculum.  Participants will discuss development and assessment of course, program, and college learning outcomes. Faculty will have an opportunity to develop course and program assessment tools.

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May 8, 2019
Curriculum & Master Syllabus / Outcomes & Rubric Creation
3133

12:00 - 2:30 PM

Sessions will include hands-on activities related to the Curriculum Management Tool, Master syllabi, unit, course, program and Gen Ed outcomes, rubric creation and use, Eportfolio training, Co-Curricular Assessment, the Program Review Process, and the creation of detailed Assessment projects.

May 9, 2019
Gen Ed Assessment, Rubric Use & Modification / ePortfolio Training
3133

12:00 - 2:30 PM

Sessions will include hands-on activities related to the Curriculum Management Tool, Master syllabi, unit, course, program and Gen Ed outcomes, rubric creation and use, Eportfolio training, Co-Curricular Assessment, the Program Review Process, and the creation of detailed Assessment projects.

May 10, 2019
Co-Curricular Assessment & Program Review / Detailed Assessment Projects
3133

12:00 - 2:30 PM

Sessions will include hands-on activities related to the Curriculum Management Tool, Master syllabi, unit, course, program and Gen Ed outcomes, rubric creation and use, Eportfolio training, Co-Curricular Assessment, the Program Review Process, and the creation of detailed Assessment projects.

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