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Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
To "Understand" Measurable Learning Objectives: Helping Faculty Meet Standards 2.1 and 2.2
Jernaley Martin, Senior IT Consultant, Texas A&M University
Jernaley Martin is a Senior Instructional Technology Consultant for Texas A&M University. She provides technical support and training to educators. Jernaley facilitates APPQMR training at A&M and conducts formal QM reviews as a Peer Reviewer.
Sharon Gibson-Mainka, Senior IT Consultant, Texas A&M University
Donna Mancuso, Distance Education Coordinator, Texas A&M University
Donna S. Mancuso is the Distance Education Coordinator for Texas A&M University. She also is one of the QM Coordinators for Texas A&M University. She earned a Master of Science in Educational Human Resource Development with a specialization in Adult Education in 2008 and is currently a PhD student.
Wendy Moore, IT Consultant, Texas A&M University
During this interactive session, we will review case studies of actual questions from faculty, discuss actions that were taken and could have been done differently to help faculty meet Standards 2.1 and 2.2, and share suggestions and experiences writing or helpful faculty write measurable learning objectives.
Evaluate case studies based on real-life comments/questions from faculty regarding measurable learning objectives.
Discuss the actions that were taken and what could have been done to address the case studies.
Propose suggestions and/or share experiences writing or helping faculty write measurable learning objectives.