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A 30-Year Journey with IDEA Supporting Teaching Excellence and Continuous Improvement. Susan Perry, Director of Academic IR & Assessment Jim McCargar, Associate Vice President. Overview. Professional development Evaluation of faculty Assessment and program review Accreditation Planning.

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    1. A 30-Year Journey with IDEASupporting Teaching Excellence and Continuous Improvement Susan Perry, Director of Academic IR & Assessment Jim McCargar, Associate Vice President

    2. Overview • Professional development • Evaluation of faculty • Assessment and program review • Accreditation • Planning

    3. Professional development • IDEA online resources • Chair & VPAA coaching • Professional development funds and grants • Access to trained peer reviewers and mentors • Faculty interest groups (FIGs) • Faculty learning communities • Campus workshops and book groups • “Making the best use of your IDEA report” workshops • New faculty orientation

    4. Evaluation of faculty • Advising • Scholarship • Service • Ethical and professional relationships • Teaching • “single most important criterion” • multiple measures…

    5. Evaluation of faculty(continued) • Teaching • Student ratings • IDEA • Mid-term feedback • Unsolicited student comment • Peer reviews • Trained reviewers from outside the discipline • Colleagues from within the discipline • Meeting with P&T committee • Chair and Dean reviews

    6. Assessment and program review • PRO for assessment • Program review • Division-level reports

    7. HLC Accreditation • Evidence Room Exhibits • Program-level group summary reports • Year-over-year comparison, 2004-07 • Self-study Document • Institution-level summary information • Evaluative information • Do our courses’ overall student progress ratings compare favorably to courses at other institutions? • Do our teaching methods support the objectives most often selected as essential or important? • How do our students’ work habits and motivation compare to students at other institutions? • How do our students view course work demands? • HLC Criterion 3 • Evidence • Assertion

    8. Core component 3b: The organization values and supports effective teaching Do our courses’ overall student ratings compare favorably to those at other institutions? Self-Study Assertion: Among the many analyses presented in the group summary reports is the Student Ratings of Overall Outcomes. Student responses assess courses according to the following measures: progress on relevant learning objectives chosen by the instructor; excellence of the teacher; excellence of the course; summary evaluation.   According to the IDEA Center, the values in the following table (raw and adjusted) and bar graph (raw scores only) represent the percentage of classes with ratings at or above the converted score of the IDEA databases.  Percentages that exceed 60% indicate that the group’s overall instructional effectiveness was unusually high. 

    9. Core component 3b:The organization values and supports effective teaching

    10. Planning • Faculty (Annual Personnel Report) • Department/Division/Program (Biennial Reports) • Institutional • Strategic Plan • KPIs

    11. Strategic Planning Strategic Goal: To build an integrated learning environment and experience for all graduate and undergraduate students that features distinctive programs, a 21st century curriculum, inspired teaching and relevant experiential opportunities. Key Performance Indicator (KPI): Stimulating Student Interest (Diagnostic Only) 4. Demonstrated the importance of the subject matter 8. Stimulated students to intellectual effort beyond that required by most courses 13. Introduced stimulating ideas about the subject 15. Inspired students to set and achieve goals which really challenged them

    12. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (kpi)

    13. Conclusions • Conversations about teaching and learning • Evaluation of effectiveness • Individual • Department • Division • Institution • Continuous improvement connected to planning efforts