Assessment Diaries

Library faculty member Stacey Shah presenting at Assessment Diaries 2020
Photos by Mark Carriveau
Math faculty members Greg Wheaton and Dan Kernler presenting at Assessment Diaries 2020

Assessment Diaries was ECC's annual half-day conference dedicated to sharing lessons learned and applicable strategies related to any stage of assessment of student learning across the college. At its foundations, assessment involves 1) identifying a problem, opportunity, or research question 2) Looking into it 3) Interpreting and responding accordingly.

Assessment Diaries 2020 Presentation Materials

Click the links below to access the presentation materials from the sessions of Assessment Diaries 2020.

Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 8:45am- 1:15pm in the E Building


  • 8:15- 8:45am Check in/Breakfast

  • 8:45- 9:00am Welcome

  • 9:05- 9:50am Session Block 1

  • 10:00- 10:45am Session Block 2

  • 10:45- 11:15am Break and SLAAC Employability Skills Activity

  • 11:15am- 12:00pm Session Block 3

  • 12:15- 1:15 pm Lunch and Annual Assessment Awards

Register at accessECC, choose CFD 500 100.

Sessions include

Session Block 1: 9:05- 9:50am

Trans*forming Educational Spaces: The Experiences of Trans* Students in the Community College EnvironmentLori Clark (English)
Reviving Research Assignments: Strategies for Improving Student Research OutcomesStacey Shah (Library)
Growth Mindset: Developing a New Classroom CultureDan Kernler (Math) and Greg Wheaton (Math)

Session Block 2: 10:00- 10:45am

Let’s Get Real About Student ResponsibilityRyan Kerr (English)
Mind Mapping—It’s All About Relationships!Ginger Bohlen (Biology)
Updates from the Faculty Research CommunityPatrician O’ Brien (Sociology), Kimberly A. Reed (Sociology), Rituparna Saha (Chemistry), Meg Bucaro Wojitas (Communication Studies)

Session Block 3: 11:15- 12:00pm

Your Syllabus an an Equity ToolKris Campbell (Math)
Quizlet: Supplementing Classroom Instruction with a Digital Learning ToolLaura Haske (Paralegal) and Silvia Schrage (ESL)
Student Involvement in Research as Experiential LearningFred Vogt (Biology)