Professional Education Unit Assessment Handbook
XII. College of Education and Health Professions Assessment System and Unit Evaluation Committee
The Assessment System and Unit Evaluation Committee is one of the standing committees in the COEHP. Each year, the administrators provide the charge to each of the standing committees. The Assessment System and Unit Evaluation Committee is then responsible for carrying out and reporting to the Steering Committee about the findings. Generally, the annual charge includes the following:
- Review the Unit Assessment Plan and make recommendations for refinements or changes, as needed.
- Review acceptable and target levels of CAEP Standard 2 [Clinical Partnerships and Practice] and report on progress of the unit.
- Keep minutes of all committee meetings and post on the university intranet.
- Submit a summary report to the CAEP/GaPSC Steering Committee in May of each year.
Membership on the Assessment Committee consists of faculty and staff from across the college as well as the Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation. Additionally, collaborative partners (university faculty, P-12 personnel, candidates, community members) who can provide expertise and/or review and advice are asked by the committee to serve.