Monday, June 4 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Pre-Conference Workshop 10: An Agatha Christie Approach to Solving the Mystery of Assessment Practice

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This session will provide participants with an Agatha Christie analytical approach, as in Murder on the Orient Express, to solving the mystery of two of the most challenging stages of the assessment process: 1) designing specific and realistic assessment outcomes; 2) applying assessment results for continuous improvement, including revisions and enhancements to the assessment process itself. Participants will engage in reflection, analysis, and discussion of cases of assessment practices in higher education and will examine and apply actionable strategies for their own professional practice. Presenters will facilitate roundtable teams’ deliberation and lead case debriefing and analysis.

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Cynthia Howell

Faculty, Leadership for Higher Education, Capella University
Dr. Cynthia Howell has served as faculty for Leadership for Higher Education in the graduate School of Education at Capella University since 2004. She designs and teaches courses on assessment, education program evaluation, advising and retention, and others and serves on dissertation... Read More →
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Barbara Keener

Barbara J. Keener is an associate with the Institute of Higher Education, College of Education, University of Florida. Prior to this position, she served in faculty and administrative positions with universities, private liberal arts colleges, community/state colleges, higher education... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 1:00pm - 4:00pm

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