Forums on Assessment Planning
Moving from Modeling to Student Learning
Wednesday, March 24, 2010: 4 to 5 PM in TC 406
Thursday, March 25, 2010: 4 to 5 PM in TC 406
Matthew Stuve will convene two open forums for anyone interested in learning more about how rGrade can be helpful in assessment planning and the realization of those plans in everyday instruction. Specifically, Dr. Stuve will demonstrate how learning outcomes, key assessments, and decision points can be (and are being) modeled in rGrade and how we might use the software to promote assessment discourse and seek consensus on alignments, plans, and reports. The students' view of rGrade will also be demonstrated and discussed. Dr. Stuve can answer any questions about the functions and futures of rGrade in relation to the new cultures of assessment in higher education.
This seminar was originally planned for the Department of Educational Studies but is open to any faculty, student or staff member.
Matthew Stuve is the assessment representative for the Department of Educational Studies, Teachers College. He is also Director of the Center for Technology in Education. Along with Mark Lora, Stuve is one of the developers of rGrade, Ball State’s own integrated assessment system which is being deployed commercially at three other universities.