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Tips, Strategies, and Best Practices for Team Chairs. Debra G. Klinman, Ph.D. Ellie A. Fogarty, Ed.D. Vice Presidents, MSCHE. Overall Approach. Keys to a successful Team visit: Analyze the Self-Study within the context of the host institution’s mission

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Tips strategies and best practices for team chairs

Tips, Strategies, and Best Practices for Team Chairs

Debra G. Klinman, Ph.D.

Ellie A. Fogarty, Ed.D.

Vice Presidents, MSCHE


Overall approach

Overall Approach

Keys to a successful Team visit:

  • Analyze the Self-Study within the context of the host institution’s mission

  • Refer to MSCHE publications (Characteristics of Excellence, Team Visits)

  • Keep in mind that the goal of the Self-Study process is to encourage continuous improvement

  • Verify compliance issues on Certification Statement

  • Be collegial, organized, and prepared


Before the visit

Before the Visit

  • Use the preliminary visit to ensure institutional readiness

    • Review draft of the self-study report

    • Meet key administrators & steering committee

    • Approve accommodations & preliminary schedule for campus meetings

  • Communicate with your Team members

  • Emphasize preparation and mutual respect


During the visit

During the Visit

  • Remain flexible and remain in charge

  • Don’t over schedule – you will need to troubleshoot

  • Organize and lead Team meetings

  • Reach Team consensus about overall institutional compliance with Standards

  • Prepare a draft Team report including all major findings

  • Deliver the oral exit report – don’t mention the Team’s proposal for Commission action


After the visit

After the Visit

  • Meet deadlines sent to you by Commission staff

  • Submit evaluations of Team members

  • Prepare Confidential Brief and submit it only to MSCHE

  • Participate fully as a member of the Committee on Evaluation Reports in Philadelphia

  • Understand that the Team’s proposal for Commission action may change through the deliberations of Committee or the full Commission


Throughout the process

Throughout the Process

  • Be prepared to handle unusual situations

  • Remember that you can always contact the host institution’s MSCHE liaison with any questions or concerns

  • Refer to MSCHE publications (Characteristics of Excellence, Team Visits)


Questions

Questions?

Thank you for your service to peer evaluation in the Middle States region


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