REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2017 ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP
DEADLINE, FEBRUARY 1, 2017.
The ACJS Assessment Committee and Peregrine Academics are proud to announce the Second Annual Assessment Workshop to be held at the Kansas City Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 21 from 1:30-5:30.
If you have not heard the term assessment, you soon will. If you are wondering what assessment is, how it works, or just want to exchange ideas on best practices, this workshop is for you. Topics will include an introduction to assessment, creating
assessment at the course and program levels and the relationship between assessment and accreditation. Time will be available to share best practices and ideas with your fellow attendees. A tentative agenda is listed below. Food will be available thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, Peregrine Academics.
Registration is free, but space is limited in order to provide a chance for meaningful interaction among the workshop participants.
1:30-1:45 Introductions and Overview of Workshop -- Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento. Coordinator, ACJS Assessment Workshop
1:45-3:00 Assessing Courses
What is Assessment and Why Do We Do It? -- Paul Gormley, Lynn University
Assessing Outcomes in Large Classes -- Mary Ann Zagar, Florida Gulf Coast University
Developing and Assessing Online Courses Using a Standards Model -- Elycia S. Daniel Roberson, Texas Southern University
What Type of Course? Comparing Assessment Across Delivery Methods -- Suman Kakar, Florida International University
3:00 3:15 Break
3:15-4:30 Assessing Programs
Assessing Programs Through a Capstone Course -- Barbara Peat, University of Texas El Paso
Assessing Programs Through Internships and Thesis -- Gregory Plumb, Park University
Small Program Assessment -- A Seven-Year Review -- Courtney A Waid-Lindberg, Northern State University
Evaluating Learning Outcomes Using Third Party Assessment Services -- Olin Oedekoven, Peregrine Academics, Co-Sponsor of ACJS Assessment Workshop
4:30-5:30 Table Topics (Each table moderated/lead by our panel speakers)
Participants will have a chance to join different breakout tables with our presenters to focus on issues of particular interest to them. Workshop presenters serve as moderators for the conversations. This will be the chance for folks to exchange experiences with creating assessment.
Table 1: Creating Course-Level Outcomes
Table 2: Creating Program-Level Outcomes
Table 3: Online Assessment
Table 4: Large Course Assessment
Table 5: Capstone Thesis Courses and Exit Exams
Table 6: Assessment Plans and General Program Assessment