There are two types of assessment – the kind you do for others, and the kind you do for yourself. This workshop will help you measure the impact of your courses on students. We will explore some common methods of assessment and give you hands-on time to develop your own strategy. [Details...]
At the May 3, 2017 Assessment Breakfast, Hunter’s 2016-17 Quantitative Reasoning Fellows (QRFs), Ernesto Garcia, Richard Gustavson, and Rachel Perlin presented “Using Diagnostic Exams to Run Semester-Long Assessment.”
Presenter(s): Ernesto Garcia, Richard Gustavson, and Rachel Perlin (Quantitative Reasoning Fellows)
Assessment done at the end of each semester makes it difficult to make instructional adjustments or identify students lacking certain prerequisite knowledge. This Assessment Breakfast will show how the use of diagnostic exams given at the beginning of the semester can improve the way instructors run semester-long assessment projects. [Details...]
Library instruction can be different from other college teaching. At the same time, librarians are urged to prove our impact. But how, in this model, do we measure our impact? What does successful library instruction look like?
Presenter(s): Manashi Chatterjee (Chemistry), Jennifer DeGregorio (English), Bryan Dowling (Psychology), Kirsten Grant (Chemistry), Stephanie Margolin (Library), Maria Nelson (Special Education), Elizabeth Wall-O'Brien (Advising)
Come hear the 2015-2016 Assessment Fellows talk about their use of assessment to innovate within their courses and programs. [Details...]