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  • 1. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
  • 2. Shelley Pecha Scott Short Mary Jo Pittman Ron Verdon Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review Chair, Curriculum Committee Current Program Director Program Director’s Office Former Program Director
  • 3. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • MPR PROCEDURES
    • Request Art & Art Ed majors who have 45+ credits and who have not yet had MPR (from Larry Graves ).
    • Get current class schedule for same students.
    • Highlight art classes.
    • Highlight other classes that might conflict with review schedule.
    • Review list of students for those who have completed required courses needed as “prerequisites” to MPR.
  • 4. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • Prepare blank MPR schedule forms.
    • MPR (Curriculum) Committee reviews information:
      • students to be reviewed
      • prior no-shows, re-reviews, and excused students
      • students’ current class schedules and non-art classes
      • assign faculty teams
      • works with Art Education program director
    • Schedule informational meeting for students (takes place approximately two weeks prior to review).
  • 5. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • Email students the following:
      • student self-assessment questionnaire
      • courses completed questionnaire
      • sample of MPR evaluation (used by review teams)
    • ONE WEEK prior to MPR Orientation Meeting, prepare the following documents:
      • resume recommendations & conventions
      • artist & designer statements
      • matting instructions
  • 6. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review email to students
  • 7. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review Student Self-Assessment Questionnaire
  • 8. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review courses completed questionnaire
  • 9. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review artist & designer statement
  • 10. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review matting instructions
  • 11. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review MPR evaluation sheets used by faculty
  • 12. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • ONE WEEK prior to MPR:
      • email faculty with room assignments
      • ask faculty to have rooms in order the night before MPR
      • put up posters announcing cancellation of all classes in the Department of Art & Design
    • TWO DAYS prior to MPR:
      • committee prepares room list of faculty teams
      • assemble individual folders for each set of rooms used
      • schedules placed on folder for each room and outside of each room
  • 13. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • ASSEMBLE :
      • seven copies of schedules
      • MPR evaluation forms (for faculty to fill out)
      • Student Assessment of MPR Process (to be given to student when review is completed)
      • MPR completion and review checklist (one per student)
      • enough paper clips for each student’s review packet
      • faculty name tags
      • sufficient pencils for each room
  • 14. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • EVENING BEFORE MPR :
      • schedule 3-4 student workers to help committee members with room set-up
      • arrange tables
      • take slide projectors to review rooms
      • put signs on doors that the room is set up for MPR and not to disturb
  • 15. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review
    • EVENING BEFORE MPR :
      • schedule 3-4 student workers to help committee members with room set-up
      • arrange tables
      • take slide projectors to review rooms
      • put signs on doors that the room is set up for MPR and not to disturb
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  • 17. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review MPR assessment chart
  • 18. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review MPR assessment chart
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  • 20. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review student assessment of MPR process
  • 21. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review summary of student outcomes assessment in the major report
  • 22. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review summary of student outcomes assessment in the major report
  • 23. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review summary of student outcomes assessment in the major report
  • 24. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review summary of student outcomes assessment in the major report
  • 25. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review MPR score summary of evaluation sheets assessment in the major report
  • 26. Department of Art & Design Mid-Program Review MPR score summary of evaluation sheets assessment in the major report
  • 27.
    • Student Assessment of Mid-Program Review Process
    • November 2008
    • Summary
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    • Was the time allotted for review sufficient?
      • Yes – XXIII
      • Could have at least 30 minutes instead of 20. The time was too short
      • Yes, Almost not enough
      • Yes, good amount of time for feedback
      • It could have been a little longer, felt a little rushed.
      • Yes, everything was covered sufficiently
      • Yes, enough time for them to look and then for us to discuss.
      • I felt it was indeed enough time to answer questions, and finally get a concise review.
      • Yes, I think everyone was able to give me input
      • Reviewing yes, but setup… I was running around a lot. More time for setup
      • Yes, although I would suggest sending the selection email out a little sooner with requirements so arrangements can be made to collect work.
      • Yes, however I noticed for some people who had to go home and get stuff. Just give us requirements way before.
      • Yes, could have been longer.
      • It felt a bit rushed, but about sufficient
      • It seemed like a decent amount of time. We didn’t talk about every piece but talked enough about everything in general.
      • Yes, it was just right. Not too long or not long enough
      • Yes but I could of used a few more minutes to set up
      • Enough time for review, not enough to set up
      • Yes, perfect amount of time
      • Not at all!
      • Yes. The professors reviewing me could see and understand where I was coming from and put into perspective where I am at versus where I need to be
      • It would have been a little less stressful if we were allotted more time to set up
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  • 28.
    • Do you look at this as an experience to help you prepare your portfolio?
      • Yes – XVII
      • I do, I think it was constructive and helped me assess where I was
      • Yes, these are professionals and I value their opinions greatly. They will tell me what they like or dislike.
      • This was definitely helpful in understanding what I need to improve on before I make my portfolio.
      • Yes, I got feedback on what I need to work on, and what I’ve done well
      • Yes, because I picked my better pieces for this and I will do that for my portfolio
      • Yes, they gave us a lot of wonderful advice.
      • Yes, I am going to push work more for my portfolio
      • No, rather an experience to tell me where to go now
      • Yes, it will help me prepare for my portfolio
      • Definitely, I now have a better sense of what works in a portfolio and also what my strongest pieces are.
      • Yes, definitely realized some new thinks I need to improve on.
      • Entirely. Any critique professionally always helps
      • Yes, it was very helpful. I know what I need to work on
      • Yes/No. I think it would be more beneficial to have professors from your concentration review your work so you know what you should focus on in your major.
      • Yes, it helped with motivating me to really start up on doing an artist statement, resume, etc. that I will need for a future portfolio
      • Yes, I got some great feedback from the professors.
      • Absolutely, helped inform you on what to improve.
      • It was beneficial to have professors from other classes critique my work from another view.
      • Very much so!
      • No- it was very rushed
      • No – not really
      • Not really – because I won’t use my foundation classes work in a portfolio
      • Yes I was able to discuss portfolio preparation with faculty, but I feel it would be beneficial to be required to actually make a portfolio for review and get feedback
      • No. I did not learn anything I did not know
      • Yes, this was very helpful
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  • 29.
    • How do you feel about the amount of material required for the review?
      • I feel the amount was fine, but matting wasn’t necessary
      • Seemed to be enough to make a point
      • It was decent
      • I wish we didn’t have to mat the drawings, but I thought the amount was good
      • Fine, I had more than enough
      • Good variety of work to show my overall ability and process
      • Material required was a good amount
      • The amount of work I had was sufficient
      • Just Right. Accurately portrays our abilities
      • I feel as though it was too much to prepare with time allotted.
      • Good amount overall, wouldn’t ask for more.
      • I thought it was good, best way to see progress.
      • Good amount
      • Too much considering there is only 20 minutes to view it all. Perhaps less from drawing and more emphasis on core classes based on major
      • I had enough work to show – honestly I had a hard time narrowing down what I was going to show and what I would leave at home
      • Way too much drawings were needed
      • It was a good amount to allow reviewers to see the full extent of our work, but it was kind of a time crunch to set it all up
      • I don’t feel we should have matte any drawings, it was simply a waste of time and money
      • I feel it was a good amount for really getting a good over all look at all out work
      • It seemed like a lot at first, but actually wasn’t too difficult putting together. I restrained myself from using more.
      • It’s enough
      • Reasonable
      • It was sufficient
      • It was a lot, I don’t think all the drawings were not necessary.
      • Manageable
      • I believe it is a sufficient amount
      • It was a good amount, not too much not too little
      • I feel it was sufficient
      • Adequate
  • 30.
      • Sufficient – not too much
      • Perfect. The matting of all drawings seemed redundant however
      • There was a good amount in my opinion with a wide variety of material
      • Very good, just enough
      • I think I needed more 3-D work
      • Was sufficient
      • It was a good variety
      • Good
      • It seems like a lot of material, but it is needed to set a full view of my work
      • I thought it was fine. I brought more than required.
      • A bit much
      • Good amount, get enough of an idea from each class
      • The variety of work was good to see improvements from 1 st semester and see where my strong points are
      • I thought the 1-D drawings were a little too much. Also, matting should not be required for more than one.
      • I think the amount of material was appropriate
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  • 31.
    • Do you feel your work was critiqued satisfactorily?
      • Yes – XXI
      • Yes, I was pleased with the feedback I received both good and bad
      • It would be helpful if they had also said what I did well because then I would know what to keeping doing as well as to fix
      • Yes it was constructive
      • Yes it was very helpful
      • Yes, good and helpful criticism
      • Yes they were very honest
      • Yes. I was expecting some more negative critiques, but I got more positive comments
      • Definitely
      • Yes, they were very honest about where I was strong and where I was lacking.
      • No. Not everything was looked at and much of it was just flipping through.
      • Yes, I received honest, unbiased judgments on the quality of my work, my preparedness for the review and for the rest of the program.
      • No. I did not receive much feedback about my work, either positive or negative.
      • Wanted to hear more about what they thought about it.
      • Yes, enough criticism and praise
      • Yes, I appreciated the honesty
      • Yes it was critiqued well
      • Absolutely, I really appreciated both the positive and negative comments. It can only help me improve my work.
      • Kind of – I know my work was average but it was a tad harsh.
      • Yes I got a lot of good feedback
      • Yes some professors were a little harsh because they were from a different concentration.
      • Yes, they gave me some ideas and some new suggestions
      • I would have liked more feedback
      • Yes it was helpful to see problems in past projects pointed out and then applied to current projects I brought as well.
  • 32. Other Comments: I am thankful for the teachers taking time to do this for us. Great to hear unbiased professional feedback from different areas Notify students freshman year about mid program. Impress upon them the importance of preserving their work. I think at the end of each review the professors should sum up what needs to be worked on and what was good. Just for clarification Over all good experience I think that mid-program review would have been more beneficial for me if at least one person from my content area had been present and if the reviewers had given me more feedback about my artwork. The advisors really opened my eyes to things I have been avoiding and unable to see on my own It’s not as bad as I’ve heard it to be. 

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