Robert Gynn

Robert Gynn

Professor of Speech and Theater, Oakton Community College

Bob Gynn is a Professor of Speech and Theater at Oakton Community College. He earned his B.A. from DePauw University, his M.A.T. from Beloit College, and his M.S. from Northwestern University. He is also currently pursuing a doctorate in Adult and Higher Education from Northern Illinois University. He is currently serving as a member of the General Education team for Oakton's Program for Assessment and Learning. In addition, his experience in formal assessment includes time as Manager of Assessment for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and prior to that, time as
a Senior Test Development for Riverside Publishing, a division of Houghton-Mifflin, Inc.

B13. Peel the Assessment Onion Without Crying: An Improved Model for Assessing General Education

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Institutionally, we all have key skills we want our students to possess when they leave our schools, regardless of discipline. General education (GE) learning outcomes (LOs) define those learning competencies that transcend disciplines and unite us as educators. Despite their importance, assessing student learning of GE outcomes can be extremely difficult to plan, structure, and […]

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