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Tuesday, June 5 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Recognition & Rewards: Explicitly Valuing Faculty Roles in Assessment

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What policies and practices support sustainable assessment at your institution? Are there systemic gaps or barriers to faculty engaging in meaningful assessment, as part of what they regularly do? How do you demonstrate a faculty-driven, "effective, regular, and comprehensive system of assessment of student achievement to your accreditor? At our decentralized, research-intensive university, we've been exploring these questions and working toward concrete improvements in practices for the past six years. We've found that some aspects of assessment lacked clear policies or expectations, and some policies and practices were in conflict. This poster session will share strategies and tools our assessment office used to a) gather data about existing assessment practices and barriers, b) work with stakeholders to clarify roles and responsibilities, and c) recognize exemplary assessment practices. More recently, an Associate Dean in our largest college helped advanced system-wide recognition of faculty engagement in assessment as a part of annual review, through her intentional outreach and strategic engagement with university and faculty leaders under our institution's shared governance system. This turning point in policy will impact practice university-wide, at all levels.

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Kimberly Green

Director of the Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning, Washington State University
Kimberly Green has over ten years of experience in assessment of student learning at Washington State University. As director of assessment for undergraduate programs, she leads the central office that supports 60 departments in 12 colleges on 5 campuses. Her unit also assists with... Read More →



Tuesday June 5, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Ballroom A&B

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