Assessment in Higher Education

David Urias on a Unique Reflective Tool as an Evaluative Component

My name is David Urias. I am the Founding Director of the Evaluation Research Network at Drexel University. I would like to introduce you to the value and process of using photo journaling as an evaluative tool of student participant growth trajectories in a variety of learning experiences. Photo Journaling enables participants to express, capture, …

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Cindy Tananis and Cara Ciminillo on Round Robins

Hi all. We are Cindy Tananis and Cara Ciminillo, Director and Project Manager, respectively, of the Collaborative for Evaluation and Assessment Capacity (CEAC) in the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh (www.ceac.pitt.edu). Over the years, we have had the opportunity to work with various clients on variety of projects. No matter what the …

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S Mooshegian on Making the Most Out of Kirkpatrick’s Lvl 1 Measurement in the Classroom

Hi, my name is Stephanie Mooshegian, and I am an Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies at Saint Louis University. My doctoral studies were in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a minor in Research Methods, and I am pleased to have been introduced to AEA. Most of you are probably familiar with Kirkpatrick’s four level framework for program …

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Andrea Velasquez on Using the TPACK Framework for Evaluating Tech-Mediated Instruction

My name is Andrea Velasquez, and I am a doctoral student at Brigham Young University. For the last four years, I have been an instructor of an undergraduate class that teaches pre-service teachers how to use technology effectively in elementary and secondary education settings. One of the principal frameworks that we use to teach pre-service …

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