Workshop: Designing & Implementing Performance Measures9 am - 3 pmKiefer Room, Ground Floor Drake lIbraryBy clearly defining a skill or process and identifying the criteria that most impact performance of that skill or process, it is possible to create a performance measure (rubric) for measuring performance. It is only through careful attention to both the design and application of performance measures that we can meaningfully and accurately assess (grow) and evaluate (judge) the performance of learners.
Facilitator: Dr. Daniel K. Apple is the President of Pacific Crest, an educational consultancy that has provided development workshops for more than 12,000 educators.
* Appreciate the relationship between performance, criteria, and measurement.
* Learn to apply a methodology for creating performance measures (holistic & analytic rubrics).
* Learn to write meaningful performance criteria.
* Explore the issues involved in implementing rubrics in a course.
9:00 -- Overview of Measurement
10:30 -- Designing a Performance Measure (Holistic Rubric)
12:30 -- Review of Existing Measures
1:15 -- Designing an Analytical Rubic
2:30 -- Implementing a Rubrics in Your Class
3:00 -- Assessment of Workshop