Research and Assessment: How to Elevate Your Student Employment Program through Intentional Design and Student Learning
- 0.4 NIRSA CEUs
- Sunday, March 4, 1:00pm-5:00pm
- Room 709
- Sandi Carlisle, CRSS,EdD, Northern Illinois University; Austin Anderson, PhD, University of Southern Indiana; Derek Hottell, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jessica Kiss, PhD, Bowling Green State University; Megan Krone, PhD, CENTERS, LLC At DePaul University; Anne Wilkinson, CRSS,PhD, Temple University
- New Professional, Mid-Level (Manager), Executive
- Must have preregistered to attend
Offering a student employment experience that contributes to students’ academic and career success is a win-win for campus employers and students. How is your program supporting student career preparedness? Are your students acquiring the skills needed to be successful during their time on campus and beyond? How do you know? How do you find out? Come away from this workshop with practical knowledge and skills to help design a “learner centered” employment program by applying assessment methods to measure learning outcomes and learner effectiveness.
- Distinguish between research and assessment and identify how both can help practitioners design an effective student employment program.
- Learn how to design a student employment program by incorporating learning outcomes, learning methods, and strategies contributing to a learning culture.
- Understand methods for measuring learning, evaluating the effectiveness of the program, and analyzing the relationship between the employment experience and career preparedness.