Support for Development and Implementation of DSP

Have you considered Directed Self Placement (DSP) as an alternative to your institution’s English placement exam but don’t know how to move forward?

Maybe you’ve started the process but are in need of ideas on how to develop, design, and implement a DSP tool?

Directed Self-Placement in Washington
Support for Development and Implementation on Your Campus

Monday, April 16th, 2018
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Three SBCTC schools, Highline, Lower Columbia, and Whatcom, will provide an overview of their DSP tools, outline their steps toward implementation, and share their preliminary assessment data.

Take a closer look at:

  • DSP tools and platforms: Google Forms & Canvas
  • Tips for implementation
  • The student process
  • Assessment data
  • Challenges and solutions
  • Future directions

This will be an interactive meeting, designed for questions and brainstorming around campus-specific issues and concerns.

A huge thank you to Shannon Waits (Highline), Jeff Klausman (Whatcom), and Angel Ruvalcaba (Lower Columbia) for organizing this event, as well as for their leadership and vision in to create equitable placement processes and tools.

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