April 23, 10:45 am  – 11:45 am  
Track(s): 
Track 1: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Track 5: Accreditation and Student Success
Moderator: 
Stephanie Juillerat
Associate Provost
Azusa Pacific University
As Others See Us in a Demanding World: The Meaning, Quality, and Integrity of Degrees in Graduate Teacher Education Programs

This presentation provides information on the systematic use of key assessments aligned with the DQP2, to assess graduate proficiencies and afford the university’s school of education with a structure for ensuring the advanced learning required at the master’s degree level. Strategies for discerning DQP2 aligned assessments will be shared.

Andrea Liston
Director, Assessment and Accreditation, School of Education
Point Loma Nazarene University
Deb Erikson
Dean, School of Education
Point Loma Nazarene University
Stephanie Lehman
Assessment Analyst, Institutional Effectiveness
Point Loma Nazarene University
One Institution's Journey to Articulating the Meaning, Quality and Integrity of its Degrees

This presentation describes the process John F. Kennedy University used to articulate the meaning, quality and integrity of its degrees at all degree levels, using the DQP as a framework. The Director of Educational & Institutional Effectiveness found that the process required the full participation of the Faculty Senate.

Deborah Panter
Director, Office for Educational & Institutional Effectiveness
John. F. Kennedy University
Kate Banner
Project Manager, Office for Educational & Institutional Effectiveness
John. F. Kennedy University