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Competency Based Education and Other Considerations - Carrie Billy.pdf
Competency Based Education and Other Considerations by Carrie Billy. According to CAEL’s website, competency-based degree programs focus on what students learn rather than where they learn or how long it takes to learn. Student progress is assessed on their actual demonstration of skills learned as compared to the standard credit hour. AIHEC is exploring this concept on behalf of TCUs.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Data Data and more Date - Geraldine Sanapaw, CMN.pdf
CMN is committed to using its data to make data driven decisions. An enormous amount of data is collected on students for federal/ state and local agency requirements. This presentation shows how CMN is starting to use this data to effectively allocate their resources and tools available for us to use.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Faculty Qualifications - Bernice Portervint.pdf
Faculty Qualifications: Faculty qualification in higher education have come under greater scrutiny in recent years. This presentation was designed to facilitate discussion regarding faculty requirements that will be implemented by HLC in September, 2017 and discussions with other accrediting bodies.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Flipped Classrooms - Chad Waukechon, CMN.pdf
Flipped Classrooms Definition, Concept, and Implementation by Chad Waukechon, CMN. CMN invested in the concept of the flipped classroom and implemented classes in this format for the past two years. CMN discusses the  technology investment and how to use a flipped classroom paradigm; includes benefits and description how one faculty member is using the flipped classroom paradigm.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Linking Students to College Success - Dr. Koreen Ressler.pdf
Linking Developmental Education with College Coursework by Dr. Koreen Ressler, Sitting Bull College. Like many open-admission higher education institutions, SBC’s challenge is to provide effective developmental education. To improve successful completion rates for developmental English courses, SBC implemented the practice of linking developmental English with college level English. Dr. Ressler describes the impact of this effort and
how it can be used in other disciplines.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Man in the Maze Model - Dr. Newberry.pdf
Dr. Newberry and a team of faculty members, including a Tohono O’odham cultural expert, developed an indigenous model of course assessment using the “Man in the Maze” as its model. They are refining this to serve as a program assessment model and she shares their experience and outcomes.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Relatedness and Understanding, Completing Assessment at the Institutional, Program, and Course Levels - Dr. Koreen Ressler.pdf
Relatedness and Understanding: Institutional Effectiveness Response from an Academic Perspective by Dr. Koreen Ressler. Institutional effectiveness is an accreditation requirement for higher education institutions. Dr. Ressler provides her perspective and response to this concept from her two decades of experience working at TCUs.
Date Posted: 8/29/2016