Workshop 2: Using VALUE Rubrics to Advance Student Learning

Thursday March 27, 2014 2:00pm to 5:00pm

How well are student success interventions working for those who most need them? How can campus practitioners identify the kinds of educational practices that produce successful and equitable outcomes for all students, with attention to data-driven decision making and direct assessment of student learning outcomes? Workshop participants will discuss strategies for assessing student learning outcomes using AAC&U's VALUE rubrics. They will consider a framework for deciding which rubric to use, which student artifacts to assess, how to select and train scorers, and how to analyze and use data to enhance student learning. Workshop facilitators will share lessons learned including conditions for success in the actual rating/scoring process. Participants will be invited to share promising practices to consider and pitfalls to avoid.

Genevieve Boesen
Executive Director
South Metropolitan Higher Education Consortium
Jocelyn Milner
Director, Academic Planning and Analysis
University of Wisconsin-Madison