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The Anthropology PhD Curriculum Mapping & Dissertation Defense Rubric: Enhancing Student Learning
|Title:||The Anthropology PhD Curriculum Mapping & Dissertation Defense Rubric: Enhancing Student Learning|
|Authors:||Sakaguchi, Ann M.|
Peterson, Christian E.
|Keywords:||student learning outcomes|
use of results
faculty engagement in assessment
show 2 moreprogram learning assessment
institutional learning assessment
|Issue Date:||24 Mar 2017|
|Citation:||Sakaguchi, A. M., & Peterson, C. E. (2017, March). The anthropology PhD curriculum mapping & dissertation defense rubric: enhancing student learning. Poster session presented at the Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI.|
|Abstract:||The UH Manoa Anthropology Program, established in 1934, is the leading department of anthropology in Hawai'i, the Pacific, and Asia with full subfield offerings in archaeology, cultural anthropology, and biological anthropology. Presently, it offers BA, MA and PhD degree programs. In 2016, twenty-six (26) students were enrolled in the doctoral program. |
This poster describes the processes by which assessment procedure/tools were selected and/or developed to measure SLO achievements of these doctoral students. Building on the assessment activities conducted during 2014-2015, specific efforts that led to programmatic improvements and enhanced student learning outcomes are outlined, including faculty engagement strategies that were employed. Faculty expectations of students were better clarified in the newly developed PhD dissertation defense rubrics. Next steps involving close-the-loop strategies to further enhance student learning are also described.
|Rights:||Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)|
|Appears in Collections:||Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Sessions|
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