Using Assessment Data to Engage Students in Remediation

April 7, 2016

Presented by Dr. Sarah Zahl, Director of Educational Assessment, Marian University

Remediation is the process of partnering with students to make corrections when they have moved off course or are unable to perform to standards or competencies. This process involves self-remediation as well as facilitation by an advisor, faculty member, and/or course director. In this webinar, we will discuss strategies to use assessment data to engage students in the remediation process at various points in the curriculum:

• when a student is struggling with specific concepts

• after a student fails an assessment

• after a course failure

The presenter will share best practices and specific strategies to develop student-centered remediation initiatives.

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