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Reporting Results with Three-Level Model
Outcome-Based-Assessment Workshop by Dr. Ron Carriveau
CLEAR Outcome-Based-Assessment Workshops for Spring 2013
CLEAR offers 50 minute workshops by Dr. Ron Carriveau that provide everything you need to develop measurable student learning outcomes and outcome based assessments. It
is not necessary to take the workshops in the order shown below, but it
is highly recommended that workshop #1 be taken first. Each workshop is limited to 10 participants and will be offered more than once in a semester. Workshop topics and times are posted one month in advance on the CLEAR website at http://clear.unt.edu.
View the CLEAR event calendar at http://clear.unt.edu/calendar.
Registration in advance is required. To register, send an email listing the workshops you wish to attend to Ron Carriveau at email@example.com. It is okay to bring your lunch to the workshop. All workshops are held in PEB 205 conference room from 12:05pm – 12:55pm. Textbook for the workshops, which is not required but recommended, is Connecting The Dots: Developing Student Learning Outcomes & Outcome Based Assessments by Ron Carriveau, available at http://fancyfoxpublications.com. Ask Ron about the 20% discount for workshop attendees. Copies of the book are provided at the workshop for participant use.
Advanced Registration is required to attend these workshops.
To register, please contact Ron Carriveau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is okay to bring your lunch to the workshop.
Workshop Location: PEB 205 Conference Room
Workshop Time: 12:05pm - 12:55pm
6. Reporting Results with the Three-Level Model This
session shows how to calculate a direct measure of student attainment
of learning outcomes (without the use of grades) using results from MC
and constructed response tests, and how to report attainment at three
outcome levels and then link to program and institutional levels, all
with an emphasis on the importance of test item validity.
Dates: February 6 (Wednesday), February 21 (Thursday)
PEB 205 Conference Room
Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 12:05pm - 12:55pm
Event open to:
Dr. Ron Carriveau