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Friday SLO Talk VALUE Rubrics - Shared screen with speaker view
Nancy Smith
28:30
Could other people not speaking mute their microphones please?
Enrique Jauregui SLO Cord.
28:55
Everyone please MUTE your self's
Nancy Smith
29:10
thank you
Anna Hanlon
29:23
So sorry! Thanks for the reminder!
Lee Anne McIlroy
30:52
beginner
CYNTHIA GROOVER
31:04
skilled practicioner
Coral Bender
31:06
Skilled practitioner
Mary Ruth Strzeszewski
31:06
beginner
Jarek Janio
31:10
Enthusiastic novice!
Britney Graber
31:12
Skilled practitioner
Anna Hanlon
31:12
Aware of them but do not use
Eszter Trufan
31:14
skilled practitioner
Elmien Van Amerom
31:15
Skilled practitioner
Grace Estrada
31:16
enthusiastic beginner
Yvette Ybarra
31:17
novice
Nancy Smith
31:19
We have revised and trying to implement use on our campus.
Bill Heinrich
31:20
skilled practitioner
Mary Ruth Strzeszewski
31:21
That's better - completely clueless
Cheryl O'Donnell
31:25
Familiar with Value Rubrics but not using yet. Planning to!
Paul Donaldson
31:28
enthusiastic novice
Sheila MacDowell
31:28
novice
Michelle Hernandez-Perez
31:31
used them a lot in a previous institution
Richard Crawford Alcazar
31:32
Skilled Practitioner of Rubrics, in general. Clueless about the terminology Value Rubric...
Tara Lopez
31:52
Novice. One of our program directors uses them and I want to learn how to integrate them into our institutional assessment model
Elmien Van Amerom
36:01
How are the VALUE rubrics different from the Quality Matters rubrics?
Elmien Van Amerom
37:43
Thanks for the clarification! Much appreciated.
Elmien Van Amerom
41:12
Wow! That's amazing.
Kate McConnell
49:09
Furco and Moely 2012 - :)
Eszter Trufan
52:40
When poor assessment outcomes result in punitive measures, resistance is likely
Yvette Ybarra
53:43
Our instructors at my institute think the assessment is of them not the student.
Elizabeth Rudolph
54:03
mine too yvette
Eszter Trufan
54:45
When student do poorly, some may assume that the instructor did a bad job teaching
Yvette Ybarra
55:46
Correct, but variables are a aprt of teaching. One semster is amaizng and another is mediocore.
Lee Anne McIlroy
56:32
Can you please re-state the name of the article?
Cheryl O'Donnell
58:01
Using Learning Communities to Build Faculty Support for Pedagogical Innovation: A Multi-Campus StudyAndrew Furco &Barbara E. Moely
Elmien Van Amerom
58:26
Here is also a great article: Hutchings, P. 2010. Opening doors to faculty involvement in assessment. Occasional Paper no.4. Illinois: NILOA. [Online] Available at: https://www.learningoutcomesassessment.org/publications/occasional-papers/#1538502447675-e8c7aa0d-4bf5
Yan Cooksey
59:25
Thank you for sharing!
Grace Estrada
59:40
Thank you!
Eszter Trufan
01:00:38
@YY True! Assessment is a tool for improvement, if used correctly. The results will vary, but the trends over time are telling.
Mary Ruth Strzeszewski
01:00:57
Thank you!
Grace Estrada
01:03:36
It seems that having to transition to online learning created a lot of stress for faculty
Richard Crawford Alcazar
01:03:39
Faculty are always assessing. Does that also mean they always must enter data into a system?
Richard Crawford Alcazar
01:06:31
The online environment should have changed assessments, if we were actually authentically assessing; so, lightening the load for a moment (faculty needed to create new Online courses, fill out distance education forms, create new assignments and also assessments?), instead of giving them more work.
Cheryl O'Donnell
01:07:18
Agreed Richard Crawford Alcazar!
Eszter Trufan
01:09:08
@RCA Authentic assessments will stand the test of the modality...
Richard Crawford Alcazar
01:10:07
Thank you Cheryl! I think the act of going through the motions of assessment would have been easy in the Spring; but authentically altering assessment in order to capture what was actually happening, would have been more times taking and stressful.
Nancy Smith
01:10:33
Do you have resources on helping faculty understand the use of the VALUE rubrics as a tool throughout the curriculum from First year to capstone levels?
Nancy Smith
01:23:02
Excellent presentation and description of the scoring; I have another meeting/
Nancy Smith
01:23:07
Thank you,
Eszter Trufan
01:23:11
This is a good idea! How would this work with the quantitative literacy.?
Eszter Trufan
01:24:04
That is what I was thinking about..
Jarek Janio
01:29:45
Excellent point!
Eszter Trufan
01:30:48
We had faculty training on assignment design when we started using these rubrics. It was very useful, especially for teamwork assessment
Elmien Van Amerom
01:31:23
The VALUE rubric template is a fantastic way to structure your own rubrics. It sorts out misinterpretations. helps with transparency, interrater reliability, an excellent developmental and feedback tool to align your teaching and assessment to and contribute to curriculum improvement.
Eszter Trufan
01:32:32
I love eportfolios! Grading is difficlut..
Eszter Trufan
01:32:41
*difficult
Elmien Van Amerom
01:33:56
What skills are put to the test when you have to develop a rubric? What makes the development so challenging?
Greg Rickert
01:36:10
VALUE rubrics align with the LEAP outcomes but there is no rubric for the first LEAP outcome “Knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural worlds through study in sciences, mathematics, . . .” Is a rubric appropriate for this outcome and do you have recommendations for measuring this outcome?
Mary Ruth Strzeszewski
01:41:04
I'm sorry, I have to leave for another meeting. Thank you for a very interesting presentation.
Eszter Trufan
01:41:36
I tried rubrics with students. It was an interesting experience
Eszter Trufan
01:42:06
They were very focus on punitive measures
Elmien Van Amerom
01:44:07
Great advice! Thanks Kate.
Tamela Braswell
01:44:38
Thank you for the great presentation. Lots to think about. I have to leave for another meeting.
Dorothy Hirata
01:50:41
Thank you for a wonderful presentation! I need to leave for another meeting. Wishing everyone a great rest of the day and weekend.
Jan Lubin
01:53:17
Great presentation. I need to g o take care of an AMS presentation now. Thanks for all the great ideas.
Eszter Trufan
01:53:22
We changed many of them
Grace Estrada
01:58:11
Thank you very much! This was a great presentation. I have to go to another meeting. I look forward to the email. Take care, everyone!
Elmien Van Amerom
01:59:26
Thanks for an awesome session! Thanks for organizing this Jarek. I always learn something new.