IE Series | Using Assessment To Create a Culture of Improvement

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The University of Alabama

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Using Assessment To Create a Culture of Improvement Watermark Institutional Effectiveness Webinar Series Establishing a process for assessment can be difficult for many colleges and universities. Faculty members may have different ideas about what effective assessment looks like, and it can take time to get everyone centered around one goal. At The University of Alabama’s College of Education, establishing a culture of continuous improvement was the best way to align their faculty and create a smooth assessment process. In this webinar, you will learn how to: - Provide opportunities for faculty collaboration - Reframe the idea of change from a one-time event to an ongoing process - Establish faculty buy-in and ownership of the process Presenters: - Dr. James Hardin, Clinical Associate Professor - Dr. Lisa Matherson, Clinical Associate Professor, Coordinator of Continuous Improvement - Dr. Emily Sims, Clinical Associate Professor, Associate Dean of Student Services & Certification - Dr. Elizabeth Wilson, Professor, Sr. Associate Dean - Diana Winchester, Clinical Instructor of Student Assessment and edTPA - Dr. Akeisha Young, Clinical Assistant Professor, Director of Accreditation & Assessment - Mirai Nagasawa, Graduate Student, Educational Research - Glenn Phillips, Account Executive, Watermark View all six webinars in this series:

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