Materials

Gregory J. Brandes, Learning from Online Assessment:

  1. Presentation - Learning from Online Assessment

Andrea A. Curcio, Measuring Learning Workshop:

  1. Presentation - Measuring Learning Workshop

Neil Hamilton, Assessing the “Roadmap for Employment” Experiment:

  1. Slides not available

Mary Lynch, Roadblocks to Assessment:

  1. Presentation - Roadblocks to Assessment

Michael Madison, Writing to Learn in Doctrinal Courses:

  1. Presentation - Classroom-Based Experiential Teaching: An Intellectual Property Illustration
  2. Copyright Law - Assignment
  3. Copyright Law - Memo One
  4. Copyright Law - Memo Two
  5. Copyright Law - Memo Three
  6. Trademark Law - Assignment
  7. Trademark Law - Memo One
  8. Trademark Law - Memo Two

Paul Maharg, Assessment Around the World:

  1. Presentation - Assessment Around the World

Jeffrey Pokorak and Kathryn Linder, Vertical Assessments in the Law School Context:

  1. Presentation - Vertical Assessments in the Law School Context
  2. Assessment Paradigms
  3. Assessment Resources
  4. New ABA Standards for Accreditation

Joseph A. Rosenberg, Law School Curriculum and the Bar Exam: An Assessment Failure:

  1. Presentation - Law School Curriculum and the Bar Exam: An Assessment Failure

Melissa Swain and JoNel Newman, Using Student Narrative to Assess Professional Development:

  1. Presentation - Using Student Narrative to Assess Professional Development
  2. Learning Goals
  3. Health Rights Clinic Self-Evaluation: Fall 2013
  4. Health Rights Clinic Self-Evaluation: Spring 2014
  5. Reflection on Law Clinic Activity

Aaron N. Taylor, Making Sense of Assessment Data: Using Existing Data:

  1. Presentation - Using Existing Data

Sarah Valentine, Implementing ABA-Mandated Outcomes and Assessment: Obstacles and Opportunities:

  1. Revisions to the ABA Standards for Approved Law Schools

Monica Hof Wallace and Christine Cerniglia Brown, Are Experiential Models Really Better? Qualitative Assessment for Student Learning:

  1. Presentation: Are Experiential Models Really Better?
  2. Civil Law of Persons - Syllabus: Fall 2014
  3. Civil Law of Persons - Assignments: Fall 2014
  4. Civil Law of Persons - Experiential Module 1: Client Interview
  5. Civil Law of Persons - Experiential Module 2: After the Client Interview, Drafting the Petition for Divorce
  6. Civil Law of Persons - Experiential Module 3: After Filing the Petition for Divorce, Child Custody Hearing and Child Support Worksheet A
  7. Assessment for Experiential Modules

Please contact Professor Wallace directly if you are interested in grading rubrics and other confidential materials from this course.

Conference Takeways

  1. Saturday Takeaways