Using Program Assessment Results to Improve Student Learning WorkshopMarch 8, 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Mānoa Campus, KUY 106
Making Program Assessment Happen Workshop Series by the Assessment Office
Just as students’ performance in and evaluations of a course can help professors improve their individual classes, aggregated information on program-level student performance can be used to improve student learning in the degree program. In this workshop, the facilitator will discuss how faculty members can use program-level assessment results for program improvement. After listening to a short presentation, attendees will review examples of assessment results and discuss how programs could act upon the results to improve the program. Attendees will leave knowing
- specific ways to use assessment results (e.g., changes to curriculum, assessment procedures, program policies);
- how to interpret results; and
- strategies to help faculty act on results.
Level: Advanced beginner
Format: Interactive with a small group activity
Register at the Assessment Office website.
Assessment Office, Mānoa Campus
Assessment Office (Monica Stitt-Bergh), 956-6669, email@example.com, http://www.manoa.hawaii.edu/assessment/workshops/index.htm