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  Seminars & Workshops  

Complete the statements below to help determine the lecture and/or workshop for your institution:

1. What should drive student learning in higher education in the 21st Century?

Mission Statement of the institution
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Prospective jobs and salaries of graduates
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Goals of the majors
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Hierarchical models of student development
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Reputation of the institution
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Graduation rates of the institution
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2. In the 21st Century, “what a student knows and how you know that he or she knows” should be driven by:

Assessment
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Measurable goals and outcomes
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Hierarchical models of student development
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Graduation rate of the institution
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External internships and scholarships
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Reputation of the institution
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3. Underprepared incoming freshmen are best served by

Tutorial Program(s)
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Localized testing in mathematics, writing, and reading
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Teachers who provide constructive comments on returned assignments
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Standardized pre and post tests and inventories of mathematics, writing, and reading skills
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Advisers in the majors
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Hierarchical models of student development
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4. "Accountability" of student success at an institution of higher learning is measured best by:

Divisions and/or Colleges
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General Education
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Institutional Effectiveness Office
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Academic Affairs
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Student Affairs
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