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Wednesday, June 6 • 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Directions and Checklists and Matrices and Half-Naked Rubrics: How do we use what we need to get what we want to get?

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This session will present when and how and why to use some of the most essential tools for assessment, and how to teach those concepts to those who should use them. Faculty understanding of when to stop with only directions, when to create checklists, or matrices or even when to create the revered and reviled rubric is not commonly understood across campuses. Helping faculty and directors to use what they need to use, and no more is a gift we can give through training. This session will provide rationale, frameworks, models and options for providing those we serve with information they can use. The session will summarize six forms of assessment, match each to target outcomes and identify the necessary tools to build them. The presentation will engage participants in discussion, partner dialog, practice and a pretty invigorating role play about rubrics (seriously).

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Julia Williams

Professor/ Faculty on Special Assignment to Coordinate Campus Assessment, University of Minnesota
Julia Williams is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She is also currently serving as Faculty on Special Assignment to Coordinate Campus Assessment. She has and continues to teach courses in Assessment of Student Learning... Read More →

Wednesday June 6, 2018 1:15pm - 2:45pm

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