Evidence Based Decision Making for Program Evaluation - Connecting the Dots from Course to Program
Featuring Dr. Ron Carriveau, Assessment & Measurement Specialist for the Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign at University of North Texas and Dr. Richard Plott, Senior Research Analyst for the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at UNT
Friday, February 12
1 - 4 p.m.
Library 101, Denton
In this workshop for department chairs, Drs. Ron Carriveau and Richard Plott will present an outcomes-based decision making model for addressing course, department, and program evaluation. A hierarchal model for developing outcomes will be presented, and a method for matching course goal attainment to program goals will be offered. Also covered will be an evidentiary decision making process that will include the uses and benefits of a data management system for tracking, evaluation, and addressing course, program and institutional goals. Participants will break out into groups and use forms and rubrics to develop assessment and evaluation tools for their particular departments. Participants will leave with examples, ideas and strategies for developing their individual assessment and evaluation plans.
This workshop is offered at no charge, however we ask that you register soon! The registration deadline is Wednesday, February 10.
Please contact the Office of Lifelong Learning at 940.898.3409 if you have any questions. We hope you can join us!