Session Information
87th ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition
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Using Faculty Assessment to Foster the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning -- SoTLfest (Presidential Symposium)
CE credits: 2.00
Track : Symposium
Program Code: 970R
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010
Time: 10:15 AM to 12:15 PM  EST
Location: National Harbor 3
AUTHOR :
Paula ONeill, EdD, Associate Dean and Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Dental Branch
SUBMITTER :
Paula ONeill, EdD, Associate Dean and Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Dental Branch
Description
In dental education in recent years, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning has received attention and support. The current focus is on how to effectively assess its educational contributions. Two major challenges exist: What data should be collected to provide evidence of the contribution, and who should complete the evaluation? .Administrators and appointment, promotion, and tenure committees look for documentation of educational scholarship that allows them to determine the contributionís impact on the teaching and learning environment. Formative and summative assessment from students and peers are integral parts of the documentation of the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Explore how faculty members can document excellence in their teaching and learning activities.
This session will feature four short presentations on various aspects of assessment and impact to foster the scholarship of teaching and learning. Benefits and barriers will be outlined. The presentations will be followed by comments from two reactors.


Audio Synchronized to PowerPoint
(Code: 970R/970RA)
Attendee:Free
  
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