Classroom Assessment Techniques
Instructors : Adam Oldaker
In this course, faculty are introduced to basic Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) and methods for administering them; faculty identify their own primary teaching goals, use CATs to assess whether students are reaching those goals, and use the feedback process to establish a dynamic collaboration with students.
The Classroom Assessment Techniques text by Angelo/Cross is used as a resource. During the semester, faculty are required to attend a six two-hour sessions, participate in collaborative group activities based on their primary teaching goals, administer CATs to their students, and present a final written Classroom Research Project Report describing the use and effect of CATs in one of their courses.
How Many Sessions: Six times during the semester
When: Spring 2017
Where: E321, (CETLA)
Dates: January 5th, February 8th, February 22nd, March 22nd, April 12th, and April 26th.
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Instructors: Adam Oldaker