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Course 'Evaluations': A Strategic Approach. TLC Session January 26, 2006. TLC Session Outcomes. By the end of this TLC session, you will be able to: Define assessment and evaluation Link Course Evaluation to successful teaching strategies Begin with the end in mind

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Course 'Evaluations': A Strategic Approach

TLC Session

January 26, 2006


TLC Session Outcomes

By the end of this TLC session, you will be able to:

  • Define assessment and evaluation

  • Link Course Evaluation to successful teaching strategies

    • Begin with the end in mind

    • Describe Treasure Chest items

    • Do the Assessment Flow

  • Participate and haveF U N ! !


Assessment Is . . .

  • An instructional tool that promotes learning

  • Information collected about the progress of student learning gathered using various strategies

  • A process rather than a single event

  • Helps identify breakdowns in student learning

  • Assists us to improve our teaching


Evaluation is. . .

Using the evidence compiled during the assessment process to make a judgment on a student’s overall level of achievement or performance.

“The student’s level of achievement was commendable.”

“The student achieved a B in the course.”


Pair Share

Assessment is . . .

Evaluation is . . .


Course

Evaluation

What does it mean to my students?

What does it mean to me?


Student Assessment ofCourse Mechanics

Student Self-Assessment of Learning

Student Assessment of Instructor

Overall Assessment of Instructor

Overall Assessment of Course

COURSE EVALUATION

Survey Purpose: To improve the quality of instruction and curriculum

instruction


Faculty Evaluation

Course Evaluation


Begin with the end in mind

Day One

  • Begin building a Learning Community

  • Ask three questions:

    • Something good about today’s class. . .

    • One thing to change . . .

    • Question(s) I still have. . .

Day Four/Five

  • Ask three more questions

Day Everyday

  • Do the Assessment Flow!


Treasure Chest

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Assessment Types

  • Instructional Strategies

  • Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences

  • Rubrics

  • Teaching and Learning Resources


Assessment Flow

Learning

Outcomes

Assessment

Multiple Methods

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Improving Instruction and Curriculum

Activities

Instructional

Strategies

e.g. Multiple Intelligences

5 methods


Assessment Flow

Adult Learner


Course Evaluation

Professional Portfolio

Faculty Evaluation


In Conclusion

By the end of this TLC session, you will be able to:

  • Define assessment and evaluation

  • Link Course Evaluation to successful teaching strategies

    • Begin with the end in mind

    • Do the Assessment Flow

  • Participate and haveF U N ! !


Course Evaluations:

A strategic approach

January 2006

Written and produced by

Halyna Kornuta, Ed.D.

Director, Assessment and Educational Effectiveness

hkornuta@clunet.edu 805-493-3658


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