Dear TxAHEA Friends:
We know this is a difficult time for all of us in higher education as we face a great deal of uncertainty. We remain hopeful that we can gather together soon to continue our conversations around assessment, accreditation, and student learning. Our committees are moving forward with plans for our Fall 2021 conference. We intend for this conference to be a respite for you as well as an opportunity to absorb new knowledge and to network with other professionals.
TxAHEA is here for you and your institution. We look forward to hosting you at our Pre-Conference sessions on September 27, 2021 and the TxAHEA Conference on September 28-29, 2021! If you have any questions about TxAHEA email email@example.com, and we’ll get back to you right away!
Jennifer Hughes (President)
Lea Campbell (President-Elect)
Kahlie Callison (Secretary)
Proposals: Each concurrent session is 50 minutes in length. An individual can lead the session, or a small group of individuals, on the topic of their choosing. We suggest a 40 minute presentation with 10 minutes allotted for question and answer. Laptops and basic visual equipment will be provided in every room.
Proposals will be evaluated by the conference committee using a standard rubric.
Selected primary presenters will be notified by as soon as possible pending the new deadline for proposal submissions.
Note: All presenters and co-presenters are required to register for the conference and are responsible for their registration fee, travel, and lodging.
If you have more than two presenters, please complete the separate Additional Presenter Form.
Timothy S. Brophy is Director of Institutional Assessment at the University of Florida and Professor of Music Education. He has developed and implements the University of Florida Assessment System that is a model for comprehensive, decentralized research institutions, and his work was recognized with the University of Florida’s 2020 Excellence in Assessment designee by the AAC&U, the APLU, and NILOA. Dr. Brophy has served as the University of Florida’s accreditation liaison since 2000, and in December 2020 he was awarded the Carol A. Luthman Meritorious Service Award by the Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Dr. Brophy has extensive experience with test development and data collection processes and knows large-scale assessment structures and processes, policy, and state and national assessment issues. He has taught graduate courses in measurement and evaluation, and possesses working knowledge of psychometrics, classic test theory, and item response theory.
Prior to his appointment as Director, he was Assistant Dean for Research, Technology, and Administrative Affairs in the College of the Arts and a member of the music education faculty in the School of Music. He has authored three books, published numerous articles and book chapters, seven volumes of selected papers from the International Symposia on Assessment in Music Education (ISAME, 2007-2019), and is sole editor and contributing author of the two-volume Oxford Handbook on Assessment Policy and Practice in Music Education. Dr. Brophy has conducted workshop sessions and conference presentations throughout the United States, and in Australia, Canada, China, England, Finland, Germany, Greece, Holland, New Zealand, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, and Taiwan.
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