2019 New Jersey Day of Assessment: Request For Proposals Form
Based on the success of its 2018 Day of Assessment Conference, the New Jersey Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (NJACTE) is expanding its 2019 conference to include colleagues outside of colleges of education. We have much to learn from each other!

This year's conference, "Practicing Meaningful, Manageable, and Sustainable Assessment," invites attendees from all disciplines to learn from one another’s experiences, ideas, and research on assessment practices, and will be held on Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at Rutgers University Busch Student Center.

The NJACTE Assessment Committee invites you to submit a proposal for the 2019 New Jersey Day of Assessment Conference that addresses one of the following strands:

1- Meaningful Assessment for Faculty and Students
Sessions will feature examples of ways in which assessment has been made meaningful for both faculty and students. This may include: strategies for engaging faculty and students in meaningful assessment; the construction of instruments designed to measure the effects of high-impact practices; data-driven changes resulting from faculty examination of student learning outcomes.

2- Manageable Assessment
Sessions will include sharing practical strategies and ideas for implementing assessment practices and processes that are manageable for institutions of various sizes and resources.

3- Sustainable Assessment
Sessions will focus on sharing methods and resources designed to yield sustainable assessment practices.

Submission Deadline:
Proposals are due by Friday, March 8, 2019. All those submitting will receive notification of decisions by Monday, March 18, 2019.

Evaluation Criteria:
The following criteria will be used in evaluating proposals:
- Presentations support an educative approach to best practices in assessment.
- Presentation content aligns with one of the conference strands.
- Presentation encourages thoughtful dialogue, action, and/or reflection. Audience will benefit from practical ideas, theoretical and experiential insights, and/or scholarly research.
- Presentation contains ideas that are fully developed and reflect best practices.
- Proposals are well-written, clear, and complete.

Please Note: Each breakout session will be approximately 45 minutes.

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Which strand do you feel your session best represents? (Please see above for strand descriptions.) *
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