Thomas P. Pusateri, PhD, is the associate director for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and professor of psychology at Kennesaw State University. Pusateri directs faculty learning communities and retreats for faculty conducting SoTL; coordinates two annual SoTL conferences, the Research on Teaching and Learning Summit and the Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology; serves as CETL's representative on the university's faculty committee on global engagement; and facilitates the campus-wide implementation of Digital Measures Course Response (online student ratings of instruction). He also teaches courses (theories of personality, social psychology) for the department of psychology.
Before joining KSU in 2006, Pusateri served as a professor and assessment director at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. He is recipient of several awards including a 2016 Presidential Citation from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, KSU's 2014 Distinguished Professional Service Award, and the 2012 Felton Jenkins, Jr. Hall of Fame Faculty Award from the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
Pusateri received a BA in psychology from Lemoyne College in Syracuse, New York and a PhD in social psychology with an emphasis in cognitive psychology from Ohio State University.
- Assessment, Grading, and Feedback, Faculty, Magna All Access, Magna Commons, On-Demand Seminars
- Getting Started with Classroom Assessment Techniques
- $39.00 – $697.00
- Classroom assessment techniques (CATs) are simply proven strategies that instructors can use to determine whether and how well students are learning course material. This seminar prepares you for using formative assessments to improve student performance on critical summative assessments.
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