Posts Tagged ‘self assessment’

What I learned at the LiveText Annual Conference

August 1, 2016

There is a positive energy that you can feel in the air from the moment you arrive at the LiveText Assessment Conference. This is no accident because the people at LiveText are all about continuous improvement, and they get us all pumped for it. When I walked into the Conference, there were plenty of smiling […]

Making the Most of Attending the Conference!

July 5, 2016

I know taking days away from daily work can be expensive in many ways. After attending several professional development seminars in my field over the years, in addition to 8 three- and four-day LiveText sponsored Assessment Conferences, I feel like I have a good idea of some of the most important things to do to get […]

LTAC Speaker Spotlight: Making Connections to Support Student Learning

June 6, 2016

    In a fast-paced, technologically-driven world, we desire connections and shared understanding. Yet, those of us who work in assessment often times feel disconnected and alone. We strive to be part of teaching and learning; to be embedded in program and department structures; to capture learning in all the places it might happen; and […]

LTAC Speaker Spotlight: Three Helpful Resources on Building a Culture of Assessment

May 24, 2016

    Many years ago, a trusted colleague told me a story about her plan to set up a series of facilitated assessment workshops for her faculty to calibrate rubrics for use at a public university. She placed a request for resources through which participating faculty would be compensated for their time. In denying the […]

Anything you can do…maybe, I can do better

July 1, 2015

It’s not a competition. I get it. And just to be clear, this post’s title reference to the Irving Berlin’s song from Annie Get Your Gun wasn’t intended to mean such. It actually mean’s just what it says…If I see that you are doing it, then maybe I take a second to reflect on how I […]