ATL Conference Plenary Session I: How to Bridge Between Equity and Outcomes Assessment

Join us for “Our Lasting Work: How to Bridge Between Equity and Outcomes Assessment” at the 2018 ATL Conference!

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018
8:45 AM to 10:00 AM
Vancouver Hilton

This year’s opening plenary invites you to explore opportunities and strategies to bridge the work of equity with the work of learning outcomes assessment at three different levels:

  • Personal
  • Professional
  • Organizational

Using a vibrant mixture of storytelling, case studies, small group discussion, and more, this dynamic and interactive plenary session will provide you with concrete and actionable tools to effectively infuse the risk-taking value of equity with the practices of learning outcomes assessment. As a key focus of the session, you will look at your learning outcomes with an equity lens.  Therefore, we ask you to bring a hard copy of learning outcomes for a course you currently teach, as well as an assessment.

deb jenkins headshot 2018 ATL

Presenter: Debra Jenkins

Tenured professor of Early Childhood Education and Psychology, Chair of the Behavioral Sciences Division, Head of Early Childhood Education at Clark College

Debra (Debi) Jenkins has over twenty years of experience transforming lives as an innovative developmental life coach, teacher and, presenter. Debi earned an Associates in Applied Science in Early Childhood Education with a focus in special education, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development with a focus in developmental education, a Master of Arts degree in Human Development specializing in Bicultural Development, a Master of Science degree in Psychology, and Ph. D in Higher Education Administration. Debi is also a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and the Intercultural Development Plan.

 

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