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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

Course 'Evaluations': A Strategic Approach

TLC Session

January 26, 2006


Tlc session outcomes
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
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
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
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
Faculty Evaluation

Course Evaluation


Begin with the end in mind
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
Treasure Chest

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Assessment Types

  • Instructional Strategies

  • Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences

  • Rubrics

  • Teaching and Learning Resources


Assessment flow
Assessment Flow

Learning

Outcomes

Assessment

Multiple Methods

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Improving Instruction and Curriculum

Activities

Instructional

Strategies

e.g. Multiple Intelligences

5 methods


Assessment flow1
Assessment Flow

Adult Learner


Faculty evaluation1

Course Evaluation

Professional Portfolio

Faculty Evaluation


In conclusion
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

[email protected] 805-493-3658


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