About This Course
With this bundle, gain access to two programs focused on student assessment and learning outcomes!
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with Kelly Cox
Student affairs can struggle measuring the credibility of student learning in the co-curricular and how involvement enhances the quality of students’ college education. The Texas A&M Division of Student Affairs examined the value of co-curricular experiences through a reflection project. This project, currently in its third year, provided students the opportunity to reflect on their learning in their involvement throughout the academic year. The study, initially involving 1,000+ students from approximately 85 organizations, focused on lifelong and integrative learning. In this session, the presenter will share project details and changes over the three different years of the study. Additionally, there will be information about the assessment methods, what was learned, and how this approach could be applied at other institutions.
- articulate the importance of documenting learning in the co-curricular;
- evaluate reflection as a method to document learning; and
- implement plans to facilitate reflection with students.
with Whitney Brown
Come examine student employment as a high impact practice and an enhancement to the educational and developmental experience. Learn how to effectively develop and assess learning outcomes for student employees and explore strategies on how to create and maintain a supportive learning environment with purposeful activities for student workers. See how the University of Alaska Anchorage operationalizes these strategies through their Alaska PEAK (Purposeful Engagement Assessing Knowledge) program.
Participants will be able to:
- articulate the value of creating learning outcomes for student workers;
- create appropriate learning outcomes for their student employees using the ABCD structure;
- identify assessment methods to be able to determine the impact of the student employment experience and the degree to which learning has occurred;
- examine strategies for sustaining a meaningful learning environment through the lens of a case study; and
- return to their roles with the tools and knowledge necessary to facilitate a conversation and implement learning outcomes for student employees in their area.