The role of teaching competencies is well established in K-12 education. Based on this best practice, KCELT has designed learning progressions for several of the Kirkwood factual competencies to help faculty to: 1) self assess their current knowledge and skills, and 2) identify areas for growth.
Use formal and informal, formative and summative, assessment strategies to evaluate student learning.
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According to the literature, assessment must be an ongoing process that provides opportunities for feedback. When students get feedback, they can see where they need to improve before it is too late. On the other hand, when instructors know where the students are regarding knowledge and skills, they can adjust the learning experience to meet […]
“What can students’ thoughts during my classes reveal about the factors that most affect their attention to and interest in the material being presented?” was the primary question Sondra Gates asked in her research project from last year’s Reflective Scholars course in the Master Teacher Program. Sondra’s study received a lot of attention from Kirkwood […]
This post was written by Judith Wightman, Professional Development Fellow and faculty in the Psychology department. One skill that most college instructors use on a regular basis is writing valid and reliable test items. These items may be based on any source material used in the discipline and can be used for a variety of […]
Jeremy Slagoski, instructional designer at KCELT, facilitated a presentation about English language testing at Kirkwood Community College and countries where many international students come from. You can view the prezi here: http://prezi.com/gepss08wtn5x/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy To provide a more in-depth perspective of English language tests at Kirkwood, ELA instructor Ryan Dehner gave a presentation on the tests English […]
Last week, KCELT hosted its first Learning Institute. David Keller, Kirkwood’s curriculum and assessment specialist, presented a strategic plan on Wednesday, August 14th. To access all the slides to his presentation, please click on this link: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B997q4eBawmrYXlvcTYtSTExdTg/edit?usp=sharing Below are pictures of the participants engaging in group work activities in Dr. Keller’s session.
Jana Hanson from Institutional Research facilitated this presentation at KCELT’s Learning Institute. She presented with a panel from ACT as indicated below. You can view all the PowerPoint slides on PDF by going to this URL: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B997q4eBawmrWHoyeFdmY2FWT2M/edit?usp=sharing