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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

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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?

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