October Provisions Session – The Culture of Assessment

For the podcast from the session, visit the mediasite or our Soundcloud page -Mediasite / Soundcloud  The 2nd Provisions session of the year was on the Culture of Assessment. 27 attendees were present to hear talks from John Dion, of the Marking Department in the school of business, Dr. Claudia Lingertat-Putnam, the deputy chair of the Counselling … Continue reading October Provisions Session – The Culture of Assessment


The Culture of Assessment

In their 2013 article,  “Assessment culture: From ideal to real - A process of tinkering,” California State University Monterey Bay [CSUMB] professors Pat Tinsley, Marylou Shockley, Patricia Whang, Paoze Thao, Becky Rosenberg and Brian Simmons introduce a set of curricular assessment guidelines recently adopted by departments across CSUMB. According to Tinsley et al., implementation of … Continue reading The Culture of Assessment

Teaching in a Culture of Assessment

Megan Overby, Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders, spoke of her responsibities to academic standards (those of St. Rose and of other organizations) as she teaches diagnostics and clinical writing to her students. Since Overby is able to find academic freedom within the educational standards she must uphold, she focuses on finding common themes … Continue reading Teaching in a Culture of Assessment