Enhance graduate students’ learning environment through the tools of program learning assessment. Hear from and share with our expert panelists from the Assessment and Curriculum Support Center and three graduate programs: Nutrition (PhD); Urban & Regional Planning (MURP); and Curriculum Studies (MEd). This panel will share their assessment strategies and how they used assessment process and results to support learning.
In particular, participants will learn:
- Program assessment data collection and evaluation strategies
- Strategies to lead collaborative curriculum discussions and decisions
- UH Mānoa ways of using assessment to support learning
Participants will also have the opportunity to interact with a panelist of their choice in breakout rooms.
Date and Time: Wednesday April 6, 2022, 10:30-11:45 AM
Intended Audience: graduate program assessment leaders, curriculum leaders, and interested faculty and staff
Yao Z. Hill, Associate Specialist, Assessment and Curriculum Support Center
Monica Esquivel, Assistant Professor and Assessment Coordinator; Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences
Priyam Das, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning
Amanda Smith, Assistant Professor, Coordinator, M.Ed. Literacy Specialist Program, Department of Curriculum Studies