Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Angelo State University

Description:
This presentation will review the proposed options for assessment of the core curriculum that Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has required must be implemented by fall 2014. Specifically, the session will focus on the assessment of the core objectives and the ideas related to the VALUE Rubrics developed by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). The session will provide a brief history of the Texas Core Revisions; what assessment of the core requires and what is not required; and good practice in assessing the core objectives from a community college and a university.

Speaker

Danita McAnally

Danita McAnally, M.Ed.

Chief of Planning & Advancement
Amarillo College

Danita McAnally has dedicated more than 30 years to serving Texas community colleges as both an administrator and a faculty member. She leads Amarillo College in planning, evaluation, assessment, accreditation, and grant development. As a faculty member, she reached the rank of associate professor/department chair in mass communications and speech. She has served as community college consultant to the THECB Undergraduate Education Advisory Committee for the past three years and is a Past President of the Texas Community College Teachers Association (TCCTA). She speaks and consults on strategic planning, assessment and accreditation.