Assessment Mentors

Assessment Mentors

These faculty members bring frontline teaching expertise and input to various assessment and curriculum initiatives across the college. Used as a "sounding board" for larger college initiatives as well as a one-on-one resource for faculty.

Truax

Aaron Dix - Applied Science, Engineering and Technology
Expertise: Syllabus, external standard curriculum mapping, writing learning objectives, DACUM assistance, WIDS

Kate Grovergygs - School of Arts and Sciences
Expertise: Formative assessments, classroom assessment techniques (CATs), online assessment tools

Betty Hurd - School of Business and Applied Arts
Expertise: Syllabus, formative assessments, Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs), summative assessments, addressing different learning styles

Kathy Jochman - School of Arts and Sciences
Expertise:  Addressing different learning styles, active and accelerated teaching techniques, collaborative and group learning, formative and summative assessments, Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATS), syllabus construction, converting courses to online and accelerated formats

Susan Kloosterboer School of Health Education
Expertise: Writing test questions, designing rubrics, formative assessments, Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs), summative assessments, learning activity development

Mike Meloy - Arts & Sciences, Part/Time Faculty
Expertise:  Addressing different learning styles, hybrid teaching techniques, collaborative and group learning, WIDS

Darcie L Olson School of Health Education
Expertise: Syllabus, writing learning objectives, WIDS

Martha Schwer - School of Arts and Sciences 
Expertise: Syllabus, WIDS, designing rubrics, writing for the Web, online teaching techniques, using Web 2.0 technology tools, QM Peer Reviewer, collaborative and group learning, academic integrity in the online format, universal design for online classrooms

Reedsburg

Diane Reinfeldt - School of Health Education
Expertise: Writing test questions, designing rubrics, formative assessments, Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs), summative assessments, learning activity development, using technology tools, addressing different learning styles

West

Wendy Arena - School of Academic Advancement
Expertise: Assessment, designing rubrics, grading policies, scales and methods, summative assessments, addressing different learning styles, collaborative and group learning, WIDS