Have a leading expert, Kathi Ketcheson, review your team’s core competency assessment.
Accreditors have called upon higher-ed institutions to show how their curriculum addresses core competencies. To do this, institutions must explain how the learning outcomes of programs relate to core competencies; they must also demonstrate through student performance how those outcomes are being achieved.
Join us online to learn how to develop assessable learning outcomes around your core competencies at the course, department, and institutional level. By highlighting successful practices from other institutions, you will learn how to develop tools and methods for assessing your curriculum—allowing you to improve the overall quality of your offerings.
Administrators involved with student learning-outcomes assessment, including:
will learn how to document and measure the core competencies of their students.
In order to make the core concept tangible and applicable to you, your team will be encouraged—through guided work in-between sessions—to apply Sessions One’s core concepts within your institutional setting. Your instructor will review your team’s work and offer feedback in advance of Session Two.
Throughout this online training we will share many examples of assessment and documentation of core competencies. These examples will be from various institutions and disciplines to ensure deeper understanding of content and applicability to your setting. You will also have access to rubrics that some institutions have used to successfully assess their core competencies.
May 20 - 22, 2014
Join us in San Antonio to take a meaningful step toward implementing and managing competency-based education at your institution. This conference will draw on the experiences of academic leaders who have championed competency-based education efforts at their institutions. Learn More
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to develop assessable learning outcomes around core competencies.
Kathi A. Ketcheson will review your assessment practice and offer feedback in advance of Session Two.
From 1998 to 2001, Kathi directed Portland State University’s institutional portfolio project, a national project funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts and sponsored by the American Association of Higher Education. In 2005, the institutional portfolio served as PSU’s self-study document for reaccreditation by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Kathi has published and presented widely, both nationally and internationally, on institutional portfolios in accreditation, assessment, and accountability. She frequently serves as a consultant to other higher-education institutions in the development of portfolios and in program evaluation and assessment.
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