Name: Mary-Margaret  Kantor
 
Department: Professional Development & eLearning
Title: Director, Learning Outcomes Assessment
Office Location:
Hall, 323
Central Campus
Phone Number: (704) 330-6408
Fax Number: (704) 330-6870
Email Address: Mary.Kantor@cpcc.edu
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Responsibilities:
Leading the college-wide process of documenting assessments of student learning outcomes and using assessment results to improve student learning.

Assisting all Division Directors, Program Chairs, and faculty in the process of development and deployment of authentic and reliable assessments that reflect established learning outcomes

Providing leadership in the implementation of "best practices" around assessment in the learning college classroom

Assisting in the collection, analysis, and reporting of data related to student learning outcome assessment as required by accreditting bodies.
 
Educational Background:
Ed.D, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

M.Ed., University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

BS in Early Childhood, Special, and Elementary Education, College of Saint Joseph, Rutland, VT

 
Educational Experience:
20+ years in teaching and administration at the post-secondary level--have worked with students at the Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral levels.

Post-secondary roles have included professor/instructor, supervisor, enrollment and academic advisor, and program director and coordinator,

10 years a classroom teacher with young children

 
Interests:
Creating and maintaining authentic learning communities that support and prepare students through the use of "best practices" in instruction and assessment

All things regarding young children, especially interested in developmentally appropriate curriculum and programs that serve young chidlren and their families.

Love the theatre, especially musical.

Reading, reading, reading--never enough time for all the books out there I would like to consume.

Social justice work and education through my faith community.
 

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