NCATE Standard 2 Meeting Minutes September 2007
At this meeting, the committee discussed the
revised Conceptual Framework and the validity and reliability
assessment instruments created by Dr. Oescher.
NCATE Standard 2 Meeting Minutes
September 12, 2007
Representatives of Family & Consumer Science will participate in
the meetings but are not required to complete the Institutional
Report or other documents for the NCATE visit. The SPA report for
the Department of Counseling & Human Development (CACREP) will be
used for that purpose.
Identify people to be interviewed for the visit in April. We need
undergraduate and graduate students in all departments, faculty
in COEHD and partner colleges, and mentor/supervising teachers.
Conceptual Framework: Bookmarks and posters are available. Dr.
Julie Lester is the Chairperson for Conceptual Framework.
Department Heads will distribute items unless otherwise requested.
PASS-PORT: All undergraduate and graduate students are required
to post to their account.
The steering committee chose to adopt the revised standards &
format (hand-out) for the visit. The new report format allows a
maximum of six pages for each section.
document describing the unit’s assessment system in detail (for IR
samples of formative and summative assessments used to ensure
candidates are ready to progress through the program and enter the
minutes of meeting on the development and refinement of the
unit or institutional policies for handling student complaints
file of student complaints and the unit’s response
policies and procedures that ensure that data are regularly
collected and used to make improvements
Validity & Reliability of Assessment Instruments—Advice from Dr.
Employer & Employee Surveys—Dr. Anzelmo-Skelton
Future Meetings: October 9 & November 13, 2:00 in Rm. 2007
Charlotte Humphries (Kinesiology/Health Studies)
Christina Mitchell (Arts, Humanities, & Social Studies)
Danny Acosta (Science & Technology)
Michelle Hall (Ofc. Institutional Research)
Cindy Elliott (La. Supplement Standards-LASS)
Flo Winstead (NCATE Director)