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    Register for Free Preconference: Overcoming Challenges to Developing a Quality Assurance System

    As you are making plans for the 2019 Annual Meeting in Louisville, KY next month, please consider joining us for a free preconference workshop focused on Overcoming Challenges to Developing a Quality Assurance System that will take place Thursday, February 21 from 1:00-5:00pm. Given the iterative nature of continuous improvement work, it is critical to develop a quality assurance system (QAS) that is sustained beyond an external review and provides meaningful data upon which evidence-based actions can be made.

    At this interactive preconference, you will learn to

    1. Recognize components of and strategies for developing a comprehensive QAS
    2. Explore the importance of examining validity and reliability of the use and interpretation of locally developed performance assessments that serve as a source of evidence for the QAS and approaches for conducting reviews
    3. Discuss common challenges and approaches to addressing barriers that are encountered when developing and implementing a comprehensive QAS

    This session will include an overview presentation, a review of case studies, and participant discussions.

    Presenters include

    • Cynthia Conn, Assistant Vice Provost, Professional Education Programs, Associate Professor & Associate Dean, Northern Arizona University
    • Kathy Bohan, Associate Dean, Northern Arizona University
    • Carol Ryan, Associate Dean, Northern Kentucky University
    • Sue Pieper, Assessment Coordinator, Northern Arizona University
    • Nicole J. Bies-Hernandez, Data & Reporting Specialist, Northern Arizona University

    Advance registration for this AACTE preconference is required. To secure your seat, register by February 14.


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    Caitlin Wilson

    Director of Programs & Professional Learning, AACTE

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