Sunoikisis Faculty Present at SCS 2015 Panel
|February 10, 2015||Posted by Lanah Koelle under Online Education Forum, Sunoikisis News||
At the recent 2015 Society for Classical Studies conference in New Orleans, Sunoikisis faculty members presented at the panel “Demystifying Assessment.” Amy Singer, principle investigator for the Sunoikisis assessment project, and Ryan Fowler, director of the fall 2014 Sunoikisis courses, discussed their work on “Assessing Learning Outcomes Online: A longitudinal, collaborative, inter-institutional case study.” Additionally, Dr. Fowler read “The Teagle Assessment Project: A Study of the Learning Outcomes for Majors in Classics,” a paper co-written by Sunoikisis program director Kenny Morrell. Links to the presentation materials are below.
Assessing Learning Outcomes Online: A longitudinal, collaborative, inter-institutional case study
Ryan Fowler (Center for Hellenic Studies) and Amy Singer (Franklin and Marshall College)
The Teagle Assessment Project: A Study of the Learning Outcomes for Majors in Classics
Michael Arnush (Skidmore College), Rachelle L. Brooks (Northwestern University), and Kenneth Scott Morrell (Rhodes College)