Live with Kellye & Ken: Innovations in Learning and Assessment

July 31, 2019, 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Event Type: Industry Event

Innovations in Learning and Assessment

As legal educators, we must be current on new developments to assure that we deliver as much value to our students as possible throughout their law school journey. Moreover, we must be aware of the different types of assessment called for at each stage of the learning journey, starting with prelaw and admission, flowing into legal education itself, and then on to licensure and career.

Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw President) led this dialogue — broadcast live from the SEALS Conference in Boca Raton, Florida — about the core principles of valid and reliable assessment, including:

  • innovations in assessment
  • ABA Standards on assessment
  • use of technology to facilitate assessment, including Google Hangouts, mind maps, and makerspaces
  • use of self-assessment and peer feedback
  • use of authentic practice technologies to hone student problem-solving capacities

...and more!

Joining the discussion were:

  • Dean Melanie Wilson, Tennessee
  • Kellie Hill, Khan Academy
  • Mark Raymond, National Board of Medical Examiners
  • Exec. Assoc. Dean Christiana Ochoa, Indiana
  • Dean Luke Bierman, Elon

This discussion concluded with a Q&A period.

 

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July 31, 2019, 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Event Type: Industry Event

Innovations in Learning and Assessment

As legal educators, we must be current on new developments to assure that we deliver as much value to our students as possible throughout their law school journey. Moreover, we must be aware of the different types of assessment called for at each stage of the learning journey, starting with prelaw and admission, flowing into legal education itself, and then on to licensure and career.

Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw President) led this dialogue — broadcast live from the SEALS Conference in Boca Raton, Florida — about the core principles of valid and reliable assessment, including:

  • innovations in assessment
  • ABA Standards on assessment
  • use of technology to facilitate assessment, including Google Hangouts, mind maps, and makerspaces
  • use of self-assessment and peer feedback
  • use of authentic practice technologies to hone student problem-solving capacities

...and more!

Joining the discussion were:

  • Dean Melanie Wilson, Tennessee
  • Kellie Hill, Khan Academy
  • Mark Raymond, National Board of Medical Examiners
  • Exec. Assoc. Dean Christiana Ochoa, Indiana
  • Dean Luke Bierman, Elon

This discussion concluded with a Q&A period.