Moving Forward with Assessment

5th Annual Regional Community College Assessment Conference

Registration is now open for this year’s conference, scheduled for April 10, 2015. The keynote speaker for this year’s conference is Dr. Tom Angelo. Dr. Angelo is the Assistant Provost, Director of the Center for Advancement of Faculty Excellence, and Professor of Higher Education at Queens University, Charlotte, NC.    Dr. Angelo has consulted on assessment and teaching and learning improvement in 17 countries, in all 50 of the United States, for more than 60 higher education associations/systems, and at more than 250 postsecondary institutions.  He has also served as an invited keynote/featured speaker at more than 75 higher education conferences internationally.

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Dr. Tom Angelo

Dr. Angelo graciously gave a workshop this past summer at JCCC while here as a keynoter for another conference. The theme of his presentation was “CATs and COLTs: Classroom Assessment Techniques and Collaborative Learning Techniques.”  Dr. Angelo drew directly from his teaching experiences to share practical strategies that could be immediately implemented in courses in all disciplines. To quote one of my colleagues at this event, “it was like a master class on teaching.” You won’t want to miss Dr. Angelo’s workshops or keynote address in April. Register today!

Conference information and registration is now available

http://www.jccc.edu/faculty-development/outcomes-assessment/conference/index.html

Sheri Barrett, EdD
Director, Office of Outcomes Assessment
GEB272
Johnson County Community College
 
phone:  913-469-7607
email: sbarre13@jccc.edu

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