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Tuesday, June 5 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Measuring Student Growth Using Evaluation Rubrics As Formative Assessment Tools

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Measuring student growth throughout the course of a program is a challenge as students are taking a variety of courses, meeting a variety of outcomes, and completing course assignments and assessments with a variety of teachers. When confronted with the challenge of measuring student growth to meet accreditation standards, the presenters of this session collaborated with faculty to develop an evaluation process to measure student growth within the course of the students' time in the Professional Education program. In this session, participants will hear about the process of creating the Teacher Candidate Evaluation System to measure teacher candidate growth in preparation for program completion and program licensure. The presenters will share methods used in creating the evaluation process as well as in the implementation of the system throughout the program. While in the first year of implementation of this evaluation process, the promising practice is creating a common language for feedback toward higher student growth in meeting teacher standards. The intended audience includes professors, adjunct faculty, department or program chairs, deans, and anyone interested in investigating options for evaluating student growth.

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Emily Turner

William Woods University
Dr. Turner (turner@campbell.edu) is in her third year with Campbell University for the School of Education and Adult and Online Education programs. She has co-led the Professional Education faculty through CAEP Accreditation, rebuilt and designed revitalized education programs including... Read More →

Tuesday June 5, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am MDT