HBS FIRST II Development 3




HANCOCK BIOLOGICAL STATION
FEBRUARY, 2003
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE III



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Left: Paula Waddill (Psychology, Murray State University) and Terry Derting (Biology, MSU) take a break from discussions of
assesment. Right: David Canning (Biology, Murray State University) explains uses of a Personalized Response System for
formative and educative assessment.

Institute Goals:
  • Obtain feedback regarding new interventions you developed and/or implemented in your teaching/curricula;
  • Continue theme of research and scholarship of teaching; and
  • Discuss what evidence you are collecting to indicate there is a positive impact on improving your teaching and student learning.

  • Left: John Mateja (Director, Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activities, MSU) and Jill Kruper (Teacher Quality
    Institute discuss the participants presentations. Right: Participants working on linking goals and objectives.




    Left: Rose marie Roessler (Biology, Centre College) and Todd Bowdish (Biology, Penn Valley Community College) discuss assessment
    data. Sue Hendricks (Biology, MSU) and Terry Davin (Penn Valley Community College) discuss results of the Views of Science Survey.

    AGENDA

    Saturday, February 8, 2003

    7:00 AM

    8:00 AM

    9:00 AM


    10:30 AM

    12:00 AM

    1:00 PM

    3:00 PM

    4:30 PM

    6:00 PM

    7:00 PM

    8:00 PM

    Breakfast

    Brief Updates from Teams; Workshop Goals

    The Big Picture of Assessment: Here's what I want to know about my students- now how do I find that out?

    Refreshments

    Lunch

    What have you done? A focus on participant activities.

    Refreshments

    Revisit You Action Plans

    Dinner

    Assessment: A case study

    Social Time
    Sunday, February 9, 2003
    7:00 AM

    8:00 AM

    9:00 AM

    10:00 AM

    12:00 AM
    Breakfast

    Using Technology to Facilitate Educative and Formative Assessment in the Classroom

    Assessment: A case study (continued)

    Refreshments

    Departure


    George Kipphut (Geosciences/Biology, MSU), Michael Barton (Centre College) and
    Martha Haehl (Penn Valley Community College) review a draft paper of assessment
    as research.


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