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Monday
Oct 9th, 2006
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Room D225/226
Mountain Time
Session Type: Morning Seminar
Through the use of an online self-assessment rubric and supporting worksheets, faculty developers can guide faculty to incrementally change their teaching in five practice areas. Participants will use these materials to assess the learning-centered status of a course. We will also consider if all courses should be learner centered. We will discuss the various ways faculty developers can use self-assessment rubrics, and problems that can arise when administrators use formative evaluations as summative measures to make high-stakes decisions.
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