RPED 251 Spring Semester

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2016. Dr. Phillip Bogle, Ph.D.. Program Coordinator. . RPED . 251 . Meeting Outline. Course Textbook Concerns. Plans for new RPED . 250/251 . Examination Guidelines. Scheduling . Teaching Evaluations . ID: 661891 Download Presentation

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RPED 251 Spring Semester

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Semester 2016

Dr. Phillip Bogle, Ph.D.Program Coordinator




Meeting Outline

Course Textbook ConcernsPlans for new RPED 250/251 Examination Guidelines

Scheduling Teaching Evaluations and Classroom VisitationsCourse Syllabi




– Course Textbook Concerns

Purpose for using course textNeed for consistency between sections, student perceptions

Assists students in understanding the chapter objectives from the lecture information.Examination questions will be based on the textbook informationAllows the bookstore to order a good approximation of

materials to be purchased.




– Course Textbook Concerns

Problems with not having correct versions of text

Beginning Fall 2016 Semester we will only use E-version of the course text.Begin making preparations for requiring students to print off labs / assignments or posting work electronically Ordering Protocol

In the future, I will be informed when we are in the process of ordering the E-version of the text, I can communicate directly with the textbook rep. and follow-up with the instructors.

Disallows for changing of versions without the instructors being informed.If you are having difficulty with the E-version text or with any of the ancillary support materials, please cc: Dr. Bogle your e-mail correspondence with the publisher / representative.




New RPED 250/251 Examination Guidelines

ExaminationsDr. Bogle will establish a pool of multiple choice and true/false questions for each chapter of the RPED 251 textbook (Liguori) by 15 February 2016.

This pool will contain at least ten questions from each chapter (1-13) provided by the publisher (some minor editing may occur).

Instructors should e-mail potential multiple choice and true/false questions for director to review/approve for pool. Each question set should be grouped by book chapter.

Updated versions of pool sent to instructors via e-mailExamination questions only to be used for in-class quizzes and exams, not as study guide questions or “Take-Home” tests, and copies of questions should not leave classroom

Instructors must have questions from pool account for 90% of questions on exams


Each Instructor must e-mail an electronic versions (MS Word) of Midterm and Final Examinations to Dr. Bogle within one week of completing the classroom examination process.




New RPED 250/251 Examination Guidelines

ExaminationsExams should be scored on scan sheets and answers reviewed during a class session within a week following the administration of the exam

Each Instructor must e-mail an electronic versions (MS Word) of Midterm and Final Examinations to Dr. Bogle within one week of completing the classroom examination process. Instructors should keep record of the student exam performance statistics (ex. N, max, min scores, mean, and SD), that can be reviewed by the program director and departmental administrator.

Before the end of the 2016 Spring Semester, Dr. Bogle will e-mail you a reporting template that you can complete and return e-mail.

RPED 250 Examination Process will follow same protocol as above, and exam pool questions will be available at the beginning of the Fall 2016 Semester




- Scheduling Teaching Evaluations

RPED 251 Coordinator EvaluationsThe purpose of coordinator evaluations is to provide each instructor with constructive feedback on teaching methods and materials used in the classroom. The classroom evaluation will be recorded on “The Evaluation of Instructor Form

” – See Appendix B, Instructor GuidelinesFollowing the evaluation, you will need to meet with the program coordinator to review and discuss the observations recorded on the evaluation form. You may also use the results of the evaluation for evidence of effective teaching in your professional portfolio.

You must schedule a classroom evaluation with me (Program Coordinator) sometime during the course of the semester. Please schedule a classroom visit after the third full week and before the last two weeks of the semester. If you teach multiple sections, only schedule for one.



251 – Course Syllabi

The information presented in this slide series will also be provided in an updated version of the

Instructor Guide

. You will receive an e-mail by the end of Spring 2016 Semester informing you of the update.Thanks for your support in making RPED 251 and meaningful and positive teaching / learning experience! I am always ready to assist you with any matter pertaining to the course.

Contact InformationDr. Phillip Bogle (e-mail)

207 Deas HallThe CitadelCharleston   SC  29409 (O) 843.953.7956

Course Syllabi

Each instructor is responsible for creating, maintaining and emailing (HESS Dept. and Dr. Bogle) electronic versions of course syllabi at the beginning of each semester.


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