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Instruction Assessment Task Force Report
Library Reports
  • Susan A. Vega Garcia, Iowa State University
  • Andrea L. Dinkelman, Iowa State University
  • Rano Marupova, Iowa State University
  • Tobie Matava, Iowa State University
  • Sarah Passonneau, Iowa State University
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The Instruction Assessment Task Force was formed in May 2011, and charged to develop a standardized set of questions and standard scale to be used for all Instructional Sessions (IS), including primarily course-related instruction (CRI) sessions, workshops, and seminars. The Task Force was also charged with recommending a model for centralized IS assessment procedures, including collection (electronic and in print), analysis, retention, and reporting. The Task Force was also asked to recommend a model for data use for teaching improvement and annual professional development, and to consider privacy of data issues. The following is the Task Force’s Report on these respective issues.
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Iowa State University
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Susan A. Vega Garcia, Andrea L. Dinkelman, Rano Marupova, Tobie Matava, et al.. "Instruction Assessment Task Force Report" (2011)
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