March 20, 2017
CAStLE sessions set for spring semester
Conversations About Student Learning and Engagement (CAStLE) are scheduled for the spring 2017 semester.
CAStLE is a professional learning community for curricula and co-curricular faculty and staff to meet to share ideas, successes, and struggles related to student learning and engagement and assessment. Meetings will be from noon to 1 p.m., during the spring semester. The meetings will be in Morris Library.
Meeting dates, topics and presenters are:
- Wednesday, March 22, room 752/754 – “Come together and share best student engagement and assessment strategies.” Roundtable discussion. Moderator: Sharon Walters, assistant director, Assessment and Program Review.
- April 6, room 480A – “Higher Learning Commission - Criterion 4 Update (working title),” Christie McIntyre, chair, curriculum and instruction.
- April 12, room 752/754 – “A Tale of Two Surveys: Best Practices in Survey Methodology and Research,” Emily Neuhoff, graduate student and Allysha Kochenour, intern, Workforce Innovation and Research.
- April 19, room 752/754 – “Stopping the Bleed: Retaining and Preparing First Year Students for College Transition and Academic Success,” Casheena Stephens, instructor, UCOL 101.
- May 4, room 752-754 – “Internships at SIU Carbondale – Are we measuring the same experience,” Anthony Agbeh, assessment fellow and instructor, Animal Science, Food and Nutrition, and Elaine Jurkowski, professor, School of Social Work.