SEPC - Correspondence & Memos

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    SEPC Memorandum to New Students
    (Bennington College, 1993-09) Schwartz, Jonathan
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    Memo to Students from Valerie Wetlaufer, CCT SEPC Representative
    (Bennington College, 2004-12-02) Wetlaufer, Valerie
    A memo to students addressing "a lack of information and a plethora of misinformation about the teaching program - the Center for Creative Teaching (CCT)."
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    A Note to Bennington College Faculty (Memorandum)
    (Bennington College, 2004-09-21) Adcock, Megan L.
    "The purpose of SEPC is to facilitate communication between students, faculty and administration by representing the student body in academic issues. In the past, SEPC has been an important voice in academic policy discussions including redefining student evaluations and reworking the format of the academic transcript."
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    Discussion on Methods of Evaluation (Memorandum)
    (Bennington College, 2004-03-12) Voice, Paul
    "Documents detailing the history of evaluation at Bennington and research on how our transcript is received and used in Admissions Offices at graduate schools have been distributed to SEPC reps, Talking Heads and House Chairs."
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    Campus-Wide Discussions on Evaluating Student Work (Memorandum)
    (Bennington College, 2003-11-19)
    "Following last week's discussion at the faculty meeting APC voted unanimously to organize and oversee campus-wide discussions on the topic of evaluating student work...These meetings will include both faculty and students. APC will meet with the faculty as a whole and also in discipline groups, and will meet with student representatives (SEPC) and with students in small groups."
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    SEPC Memorandum and Instructions
    (Bennington College, 2003) Sulzdorf, Heidi
    "The SEPC is charged with the responsibilities to critique and evaluate each course in the curriculum. ...the SEPC representative communicates student views and recommendations about teaching and course content. These evaluations help to continue to improve teaching and the curriculum."