Friday, January 4, 2013
Nominations from faculty, staff and students at CPTC are now being accepted for the Anna Sue McNeill Assessment, Teaching and Learning Award. The award is designed to recognize an individual’s contributions to assessment, teaching and student learning. It will be presented at the 2012 Assessment, Teaching and Learning Conference, to be held May 1-3, in Spokane.
To be eligible for an award, a nominee must teach and/or be in a position to directly or indirectly affect student learning in a public two- or four-year college in Washington State.
The nomination process:
Prepare a letter of nomination (may not exceed two pages) that includes:
Nominee’s name, college, and discipline
Your name, college, email address and phone
A summary of the nominee’s contribution to assessment, teaching and student learning, being mindful of the selection criteria listed below.
Award recipients will be selected based on the following criteria:
Specific contributions or accomplishments in teaching, student learning and assessment
Versatility and willingness to take risks, bringing to the learning process and environment multiple strategies and materials that are student-centered
Enthusiasm about his/her own learning, continued education and current research in the field
Contributions to the teaching profession by presenting to faculty, community groups and conferences, publishing, or taking leadership roles in educational organizations
Fostering respect and maintaining a professional relationship with both students and colleagues
Note: Award recipients need not be present at the conference to receive the Assessment, Teaching & Learning Award.
CPTC Nominations must be submitted by Jan. 23. Nominations should be sent to: Joyce Loveday at email@example.com.