Comparing Data Across Programs: CAEP Advanced Program Reports

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Amy Kline, Associate Dean, Seton Hall University Elizabeth Winter, Seton Hall University

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Preparing for a CAEP Advanced Program Report takes planning, especially the first time. Seton Hall’s College of Education and Human Services had an additional challenge: six different programs, each with its own advanced accreditation requirements. They first wondered how -- or if -- they could compare and assess six unique programs. They turned to Student Learning & Licensure (formerly Via) to organize, streamline, and report on these varied outcomes and standards. They anchor their assessments in CAEP Advanced Standard A.1, and created a committee across their six programs to help them align against CAEP standards and winnow down to key aspects of their specific programs. They use Student Learning & Licensure (formerly Via) to aggregate and disaggregate data across very different programs that were all facing their first CAEP accreditation. You’ll learn how Seton Hall University’s College of Education and Human Services: - Collaborates across multiple programs to effectively manage specific assessments - Use rubric reporting to show outcomes at a variety of levels and standards reporting for each assessment program - How the accreditation process inspires them to use their assessment data to improve learning outcomes

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