QM Works! Great Northwest Regional Conference April 25-26, 2013
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QM Works! Great Northwest Regional Conference 2013
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About the Northwest Regional Conference:
The Quality Matters Program presents the QM Works! Great Northwest Regional Conference in Vancouver, Washington. The conference begins Thursday, April 25th and will feature both pre-conference workshops and an evening reception. Friday, April 26th will be a full day of concurrent sessions.
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Preconference workshops run Thursday, April 25, 2013. Both full- and half-day workshops will be offered.
Concurrent sessions and a general session will run Friday, April 26, 2013.
The Heathman Lodge
7801 NE Greenwood Drive
Vancouver, WA 98662
Room rates are $104 and $114 per night plus tax.
Program coming soon
- IMPLEMENTING QUALITY MATTERS
How did you start a QM initiative on your campus? How did you build support for and/or maintain a QM initiative? What are some different examples of effective models for implementing QM across an institution, state or region? How did you engage and/or recognize faculty, create committees or develop and use templates?
- IMPACT OF QUALITY MATTERS
At the institutional, program, or course level, what impact has QM had on student outcomes, faculty assessments and evaluations, course design or professional development? What data have you collected at the student, course, faculty or institutional level that demonstrates the impact and value of your use of Quality Matters?
- THE COURSE REVIEW
What experience do you have with the course review process and what impact has it had on your practice? What was your experience in teaching your course before and after a QM course review? How do faculty developers feel about the experience of going through a review and receiving feedback on their course? What has service as a QM peer reviewer done for your own professional development?
- MEETING THE QUALITY MATTERS STANDARDS
“Show & Tell” about course elements by providing a brief, guided tour that features how it meets one or two general standards or how it supports the principle of alignment. Before-and-after demonstrations are also encouraged. Share specific tips or strategies you or your institution might use to address specific standards.