• Reporting

    Reporting is the most important step in the continuous cycle of learning assessment. It is the collaborative process through which programs use evidence of student learning to gauge the efficacy of collective educational practices, and to identify and implement strategies for improving student learning. 

     Responses can range from curricular or pedagogical change to new faculty/staff development or student learning activities, and from comprehensive revision to evidence-based affirmation of current practice.


    Closing the Loop Workshop, by Raymond Zurawski (.ppt)

    Assessment Changes Everything, by Gerald Graff

  • News

    Join Provost Jensen on Thursday, October 30 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. for a discussion of the fall book selection, Teaching Naked by Jose Antonio Bowen. 

    Hamline faculty and staff are invited to register for The Learning House "Best Practices in Online Teaching" course before Monday, September 29.

    The Center for Teaching and Learning invites Hamline faculty and staff to participate in the High-Impact Question and Answer Panel: First-Year Seminar, Common Intellectual Experiences, and Diversity Learning on Thursday, September 18 from 11:30 - 12:30 p.m. in Drew Science Hall Room 118.