Date: Tuesday, June 2
Time: 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
Location: Gore Hall 208

In this session, attendees will practice applying a critical thinking rubric to evaluate student work. Attendees will learn and practice techniques for consistent scoring. Attendees will also learn easy ways to determine if a rubric is being applied consistently (by one or more people) and make suitable modifications.


Guidry, KevinKevin Guidry, Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning

Kevin R. Guidry is Senior Research Analyst at the UD Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning. He works with faculty on exploring new pedagogies and improving existing teaching practices to enhance student learning. Guidry specializes in assessment of student learning and survey methodology having worked on teaching, learning, and assessment research and practice at levels ranging from individual courses to projects spanning hundreds of colleges and universities.


Kathy Pusecker, Center for Teaching and Assessment of LearningPusecker, Kathy

Kathleen Langan Pusecker is the Director of Educational Assessment at the University of Delaware. She establishes and maintains relationships with faculty members, Chairs, Deans, and other senior internal constituencies and external agencies, to include national accreditation bodies. She also serves on the Faculty Senate General Education Committee that passed new goals in November 2014. Her responsibilities include assisting UD in addressing the Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation standards related to the assessment of general education and student learning. She helps to select and develop tools and oversees their implementation and the analysis and reporting of data. Pusecker establishes critical communications and coordination with internal constituencies and University senior decision-makers to address issues that may affect execution/implementation of University strategic plans, policies and programs. In addition, Pusecker publishes the reports of student learning outcomes for the College Portrait.