March 19, 2007
PKP Faculty Panel Discussion
Augusta, Ga. – Coined from the movie title, An Inconvenient Truth by Al Gore, Augusta State University’s chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi will discuss their own “inconvenient truth” in a forum about how assessment helps learning take place.
An Inconvenient Truth: Assessment is for Learning will be held on Tuesday, March 27, at 2:30 p.m. in 170 University Hall as part of the society’s Power of Good Teaching series.
The panel discussion, which consists of members of the Academy for Learning Team, will focus on using assessment to increase student learning. The discussion will be moderated by Judi Wilson, assistant professor of educational administration in the Department of Teacher Education, and panelists include Linda Mitchell, assistant professor of teacher education in the Department of Teacher Education; Beth Pendergraft, assistant professor of teacher education in the Department of Teacher Education; Carol Rychly, assistant chair and assistant professor of mathematics in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science; Christine Terry, assistant professor of biology in the Department of Biology; and Cathy Tugmon, associate professor of biology in the Department of Biology.
For more information, call Dr. Rychly in ASU’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at 706-737-1672.
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