Presentation Title

Evaluating Students on the AU UFO in Your Course

Location

BUL 208

Start Date

8-15-2019 2:00 PM

End Date

8-15-2019 4:20 PM

Description

Have you wondered how you will assess students on the AU UFO? This working session will give undergraduate faculty the opportunity to practice using the rubrics, which were developed over the summer, on real student work. Faculty will dialogue with colleagues on application of the rubrics across disciplines and skill levels, and will ultimately develop a shared understanding of how to use the rubrics in their courses.

Biography

Rosemary Bailey has been Assistant for Strategic Planning to the College of Arts and Sciences Dean since 2016. She holds a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She has worked on developing university-wide academic outcomes and training university faculty to implement those outcomes as part of the Andrews University Unified Framework of Outcomes project.

Anneris Coria-Navia

Anneris Coria-Navia joined the TLC faculty in June of 2014. She comes to Andrews University from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH where she directed the Language and Culture Program and helped rebuild the institution. She teaches courses in the Curriculum and Instruction Program, Secondary Teaching Methods in the Teacher Preparation Program, and supervises students in the field. Anneris has degrees from the University of Southern California, Andrews University, Miami University, and Universidad Adventista del Plata and experience in a variety of K-16 settings. Some of her research interests include beginning teachers’ support and mentorship, current trends in public and private education, competency-based learning, and issues of social justice in education, especially concerning traditionally underrepresented and underserved populations. Anneris and her husband Benjamin, who teaches in the Biology Department at Andrews University, are the busy parents of two children. They spend time together attending tea parties, reading stories, playing with Legos, imagining the ideal soccer team, making music, and cooking.

Larry Burton

Larry Burton, a native of Arkansas, is married to Pamela (Gustafson) and the father of two adult children – Danielle and Jeremy. Burton worked 13 years as an elementary educator, specializing in science education. After completing his PhD he worked 7 years in teacher education at Andrews, including a 4-year term as department chair. Since 2002 he has worked in the Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) graduate programs. He currently serves as editor of the Journal of Research on Christian Education in addition to his teaching and administrative duties in C&I. In his free time he enjoys writing poetry and stories, traveling, spending time outdoors, and running marathons.

Lynn Merklin

Lynn Merklin holds a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction and a Master of Public Health. Lynn began teaching in 1990, and has taught high school through graduate students, primarily in the areas of science and health. As part of her role as Assistant Provost for Institutional Effectiveness, she has been mentoring faculty in assessment of student learning since 2010.

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Aug 15th, 2:00 PM Aug 15th, 4:20 PM

Evaluating Students on the AU UFO in Your Course

BUL 208

Have you wondered how you will assess students on the AU UFO? This working session will give undergraduate faculty the opportunity to practice using the rubrics, which were developed over the summer, on real student work. Faculty will dialogue with colleagues on application of the rubrics across disciplines and skill levels, and will ultimately develop a shared understanding of how to use the rubrics in their courses.