Classroom Assessment Techniques
CON 1200: Introduction to Classroom Assessment and Research
This course is open to all full and part-time faculty and qualifies for 1 hour of movement on the salary schedule or a $150 stipend. Apply for approval (for salary schedule movement) through your Dean.
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.
More then 65 full and part time faculty have successfully completed this course. Contact Dawn Lockwood, ext 515 or Mary Smith, ext 520 before enrolling in this course.
How Many Sessions: Six times during the semester
When: Spring 2014
Dates: January 27th, February 10th, February 24th, March 17th, April 7th, and April 21st.
Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Instructors: Keith King and Adam Oldaker
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