2019 Distinguished Educator in Teaching as Scholarship Luncheon: Through the Looking Glass: Assessment Development on the National Stage

2019 Distinguished Educator in Teaching as Scholarship Luncheon
Through the Looking Glass:
Assessment Development on the National Stage

Thursday, Feb. 28; 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Skutt Student Center Room 105; lunch provided
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Over the course of their academic careers, Dr. Lisa Black (Physical Therapy, School of Pharmacy & Health Professions) and Dr. Mary Ann Danielson (Communication Studies, College of Arts & Sciences), have developed renowned expertise in assessment of their students’ learning. They have brought that expertise to national and international stages for faculty around the world to draw upon, thus influencing the learning of thousands of students.

You are invited to hear these national experts share their insights and stories as we celebrate with each of them as the 2019 Distinguished Educators in Teaching as Scholarship recipients. Join our conversation as we address such questions as:

  • How did you begin your journey toward expertise in assessment processes? How did you address challenges you faced along the way?
  • What lessons did you learn as you sought not only to improve your students’ learning, but also to move forward assessment lessons on the national and international levels? How did you maintain your resilience in charting new paths for assessment?
  • Even as your scholarly work informs your respective disciplines, what have your students and colleagues taught you about moving forward changes in teaching and learning?