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An Assessment Diet

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A simple plan for creating a library instruction assessment strategy that helps build a healthy instruction program.

A simple plan for creating a library instruction assessment strategy that helps build a healthy instruction program.

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  • 1. The problem: UNHEALTHY INSTRUCTION
  • 2. An Assessment Diet:planning for healthy instruction Kyle Denlinger May 4, 2012
  • 3. Michael Pollan:EAT FOODNOT TOO MUCHMOSTLY PLANTS
  • 4. Rule 1:EATFOOD
  • 5. FOOD:MEANINGFUL,PURPOSEFULASSESSMENT
  • 6. What isMEANINGFUL?
  • 7. THINGS THATCAME AFTERTHE ACRLSTANDARDS:
  • 8. GOOGLE *WIKIPEDIAFACEBOOKTWITTER
  • 9. GOOGLE *WIKIPEDIAFACEBOOKTWITTER *OK, 1998. But still.
  • 10. THINGS HAVECHANGED!
  • 11. THINGS HAVECHANGED! ...have our objectives?
  • 12. What isPURPOSEFUL?
  • 13. DONT ASK: WHATS OURASSESSMENT PIECE?
  • 14. DO ASK: WHATS OURASSESSMENT GOAL?
  • 15. BOTTOM LINE:DOES IT INFORM ORIS IT JUST FLUFF?
  • 16. RECAEAT FOOD: PMEANINGFUL,PURPOSEFULASSESSMENT
  • 17. Rule 2:NOT TOOMUCH
  • 18. MODERATION:ONLY WHATWE NEEDTO ASSESS.
  • 19. WHAT HAPPENSWHEN WE TRYTO ASSESSTOO MUCH:
  • 20. MOUNTAINSOF DATA
  • 21. NO TIMEITTO WORK WITH
  • 22. A D: IO N SE T REC T RIGH DI T IN IN E TH M LL TEPS A SS
  • 23. FOR EXAMPLE:(SHORT!) PRE/POSTTESTS(FOCUSED!) EXIT SLIPS
  • 24. WHY NOT TRY:-FOCUSING ON ONE GOAL?-DIVVYING UP OUTCOMES?
  • 25. BOTTOM LINE: SMALL STEPS TOWARDITERATIVE CHANGE
  • 26. RECAMODERATION: PONLY WHATWE NEEDTO ASSESS.
  • 27. Rule 3:MOSTLYPLANTS
  • 28. PLANTS:AUTHENTIC,NOURISHINGASSESSMENTS.
  • 29. THE LAST TIMESTUDENTS WEREENGAGED BYBUBBLE TESTS?
  • 30. NEVER
  • 31. ASSESSMENTIS NOTCASTOR OIL
  • 32. CONTEXT IS KEYRELEVANT SKILLSLEARNING STYLESPERSONAL INTERESTS
  • 33. FOR EXAMPLE:-REFLECTIONS/JOURNALS-CHOOSE-YOUR-OWN-EXTRACURRICULARS
  • 34. BOTTOM LINE:USE MOSTLY THOSE THAT NURTURE GROWTH
  • 35. RECAPLANTS: PAUTHENTIC,NOURISHINGASSESSMENTS.
  • 36. An Assessment Diet:EAT FOODNOT TOO MUCHMOSTLY PLANTS
  • 37. Thank you!Questions?
  • 38. This informed my ideas:Oakleaf, M. (2008). Dangers and opportunities: A conceptual map of information literacyassessment approaches. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 8(3), 233–254.

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