The goal of assessment is to inform instructional strategies in order to improve student learning. This is as true when you are developing “lessons” for faculty as it is when faculty are designing lessons for their students. By approaching the college campus as a classroom, program-level assessments can indicate areas that might benefit from instructional support.
In this presentation, four assessment leaders, representing both professional schools and general education, share their most effective faculty development programs and how they were created to respond to assessment results. Participants will receive the notes and materials from these faculty development programs.
Critchlow, Caroline A.; Souza, Jane M.; Hollenbeck, Lori A.; and Sweet, Cathy S., "The College Is Our Classroom: Campus Assessment Leaders Share Their Most Effective (and favorite) Faculty Development Programs" (2014). Educational Effectiveness Assessment Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 1.
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