Regional Drive-In Workshops
This remote gathering will enable those involved in assessment on their campuses to learn about ways to leverage existing assessment data and procedures to move forward with meaningful changes related to the SUNY General Education Framework, self-study preparation, and student learning outcome assessment. The virtual session will include a presentation featuring The New Framework: SUNY General Education Assessment updates from Dr. Deborah Moeckel, Assistant Provost for Assessment and Community College Education and a panel discussion highlighting perspectives representative of diverse institutional areas currently involved in assessment, self-study preparation, and accreditation work. The session will conclude with concurrent breakout group discussions focused on student learning outcome assessment representative of a variety of areas and disciplines. The session will be interactive and offer participants opportunities to share examples, ask questions and discuss ideas pertaining to existing practices and planning for meaningful change.
This remote gathering enabled those involved in assessment on their campuses to connect with others and focus on pressing issues related to assessment, planning, and accreditation. The virtual session included a presentation featuring SUNY updates from Dr. Deborah Moeckel, Assistant Provost for Assessment and Community College Education and a panel discussion highlighting perspectives representative of diverse institutional areas currently involved in assessment work.
This one-day workshop on assessing for equity focused on utilizing assessment to promote diversity and equitable outcomes on campuses. Workshops explored the linkages between SUNY expectations, Middle States Accreditation and meeting local goals, expectations, and experiences measuring student success as well as achievement of outcomes aligned with the institutional missions.
This one-day workshop focused on Middle States Standard VI: Planning, Resources, and Institutional Improvement. Particular attention was focused on Criteria 2 of the standard, which asks institutions to demonstrate “clearly documented and communicated planning and improvement process that provide for constituent participation, and incorporate the use of assessment results.”
This one-day workshop on curricular mapping focused on the process of designing and implementing maps that are feasible, effective and align with the college’s overall mission. Dr. Deborah Moeckel, SUNY System Administration, discussed the process of mapping and how institutions can actively gain insights into gaps, absences, and redundancies in curriculum or instruction, programming and the obtainment of core objectives.