Using technology to help validate attainment of learning outcomes

August 13, 2015
Presented by Dr. Ronald Carriveau, Outcome & Assessment Specialist and QEP Assistant Director at The University of North Texas (Recorded on April 16, 2014 at 3pm ET) Demonstrating student achievement of learning outcomes is the goal of any instructional environment. But the standard reflection of this achievement, in the form of a letter grade or percentage, is no longer adequate because it doesn't directly address the specific learning outcomes addressed in the environment. After grades are awarded, each instructor should consider the degree to which the learning environment was successful in helping students achieve their learning outcomes without having to invest significant time in manual calculations. This is the thesis of Dr. Ronald Carriveau, author of Connecting the Dots: Developing Student Learning Outcomes and Outcome Based Assessments (2010, Fancy Fox Publications), which focuses on how to track learning outcomes in meaningful ways to all stakeholders (students, faculty, and administrators) with his three-level assessment model. Join Dr. Carriveau and ExamSoft for this special webinar on April 16, 2014, at 3:00pm ET, in which he will present his three-level assessment model and offer strategies for implementing it within your courses. We hope to "see" you there!
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