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Friday, November 12 • 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Assessment as Educational Development: Using Evidence Across Traditional Silos to Improve Student Learning

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Educational developers (EDs) have been expanding their reach and using their skills and knowledge to inform and advance larger, institutional efforts (Beach et al; Schroeder.). This session, run by both EDs and IR directors, will provide two brief case studies of their collaborative work helping faculty and programs improve learning and curricula by engaging them with assessment evidence. We will introduce possible models for this work in different contexts (a small, liberal arts college and a larger, R2 public university), share principles, strategies, & resources for engaging, and help participants apply what they have learned to their own contexts.

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Michael Reder

Director, Shechtman Mankoff Center for Teaching & Learning, Connecticut College
Michael Reder is the Director of the Joy Shechtman Mankoff Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning at Connecticut College, where he teaches contemporary literature & culture in the college's First-Year Seminar Program and the Department of Literatures in English. His areas of interest... Read More →
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Teresa Focarile

Associate Director for Educational Development, Boise State University
Teresa has taught at the college level for 16 years, the past ten for Boise State, and the previous six for the University of Connecticut. Her scholarly work has focused on best practices for supporting adjunct faculty. At the CTL, she supports a variety of CTL and University-wide... Read More →
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Shari Ellertson

Director, Institutional Research, Boise State University

Friday November 12, 2021 12:45pm - 2:00pm EST