Friday

Friday – Sharing & Wrapping It Up

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1-minute energy booster

2. Sharing: Presentation with Peers

Scenario: We are your students. Using one of the authentic assessment tasks you developed during this workshop, introduce the task to us and how it will be measured.

Your presentation will be evaluated based on the following rubric:

Task linked with course student learning outcomes or institutional learning outcomes.
Task immerses students and provides real-world experience.
Directions for tasks are clear, and explicit.
The assessment provides measurable and clear criteria using a rubric

 

3. Activity: Reflection

4. Post-Assessment Survey

5. PRLS Evaluation Survey

Thursday

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Thursday – In-Class Working Day, Sharing, and Wrap-Up

  1. 1-minute energy booster
  2. Activity 5: Create Assessment Task
    • Share samples of good tasks – What are the parts of a good assessment task?
    • Complete your Assessment Task
  3. Activity 6. Create Measurement Tool
  4. Lunch
  5. Sharing: Presentation with Peers

Scenario: We are your students. Using one of the authentic assessment tasks you developed during this workshop, introduce the task to us and how it will be measured.Your presentation will be evaluated based on the following rubric:

Task linked with course student learning outcomes or institutional learning outcomes.
Task immerses students and provides real-world experience.
Directions for tasks are clear, and explicit.
The assessment provides measurable and clear criteria using a rubric

6. Activity: Reflection

7. Post-Assessment Survey

8. PRLS Evaluation Survey

Wednesday

Wednesday – Create Assessment Task and Measurement Tool

  1. 1-minute energy booster
  2. Activity 5: Create Assessment Task
    • Review samples of authentic tasks. Find one that you really like and generalize the parts of a good assessment task. Pair-share and develop a joint list.
    • Post your list to Edublogs
    • Create your own Assessment Task
  3. Lunch
  4. Why create rubrics?
    1. Consistent grading
    2. Transparent criteria and grading
    3. Speed of grading
    4. Connection to course objectives
  5. Sharing: Process of creating a rubric
  6. Activity 6. Create Measurement Tool

Tuesday

Tuesday – Checking-In with Industry & Thinking Through Your Student Products

  1. 1-minute energy booster
  2. Research and Share:What is your industry looking for from graduates of your program?
    • Using the Internet, research the above question.
    • Scenario: You are an employer seeking to hire new graduates of Leeward CC. Create a visually appealing job flyer describing the characteristics of the employee you wish to hire. You may use PowerPoint, Smore, FlyerLizard, or any other online poster service.
  3. Activity 3.Check-in with Industry
  4. Lunch
  5. Guest Peter Leong: Power of Connecting with Industry
  6. Activity 4Components

Homework:

Contact your industry person and make an appointment or do a phone interview. Consider how you can involve industry in your classroom.

Ideas may include:

  • Ask professionals who do the work the students are training to do for suggestions of projects, terminology, and standards they would ask their employees to complete of follow.
  • Convene panels of industry professionals and educators to review and critique tasks and assessments.
  • Invite industry professionals to attend student presentations and then provide feedback on the professionalism of the work presented. Their feedback can be incorporated into a graded assessment or serve as a more informal formative assessment.
  • Invite industry professionals to serve as subject matter experts for your class, host a threaded discussion or online webinar for questions and feedback to students.

Monday

Monday – What is Authentic Assessment?

Ground Rules

1. Ice Breaker Activity – The Power of Story

Participants will give their name, present the item they brought, and, in a minute or two, tell the group the story behind that item.

  • Why did you choose it?
  • What special memory does it elicit for them?
  • What is its significance given your topic?

2. Workshop Overview and Objectives

Participants will

  • define and provide examples of authentic assessment
  • identify student products and components
  • create authentic assessment tasks and measurement tools built on course SLOs which can be used immediately
  • participate in a collaborative learning environment

3.Orientation to Edublogs

4. ActivityWhat is authentic assessment?

Lunch

5. Presentation: What is authentic assessment?

6. Activity 1. Identify course SLOs

Fill out Worksheet 1

Post completed worksheet to Edublogs

7. Activity 2. Measurable Knowledge & Skills

Fill out Worksheet 2

Post completed worksheet to Edublogs