Research on Teaching and Learning Summit Speaker Shares on Getting Classroom Results with Results Based Accountability
B-CU Professor, Dr. Nichole Jones Presents on Performance Management Research Tool that Will Help Develop Disciplined Thinking and Action
Dr. Nichole Jones will attend the 2017 Research on Teaching and Learning Summit as an oral presenter. Her presentation will introduce the conference attendees to Results Based Accountability (RBA), an action oriented performance management research tool that helps individuals develop a "disciplined way of thinking and taking action." Dr. Jones co-authored the presentation with professors: Deborah Vance; Deborah Wilson; Erica Anderson; Chris White; and Tarea Bush.
Furthermore, Dr. Jones’s RBA presentation will teach participates how to develop powerful strategies that can be used to bring about change in the classroom, with children and families and within the larger community. Lastly, the presenters will use interactive activities such as, “turn the curve" thinking to demonstrate how RBA can help identify "the story behind the data" and strategize ways to improve conditions in the participant’s specific areas of interest.
The Research on on Teaching and Learning Summit will take place at Kennesaw University College of Continuing and Professional Education on October 13, 2017. The Summit offers concurrent sessions on cutting-edge issues in training and student learning. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with fellow educators and share ideas that can be implemented in their university curriculum. Dr. Linda Nilson, Director Emerita of the Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI) at Clemson University will give the keynote address on Specifications Grading: Restoring Rigor, Motivating Students, and Saving Faculty Time.
For more information, contact Dr. Bridgett Rahim-Williams, Associate Dean for Research Petrock College of Health Sciences, 386-481-2596 or email@example.com
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