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Assessment Investment - Carol
DeMoranville shares Bryant University's five-part strategy
for successfully instituting assurance of learning programs
(begins on page 24 of this file).
Testing, 1... 2... - Indiana
University's Subir Bandyopadhyay and Anna Rominger show how
combining standardized and conceptual tests helps measure
student learning (begins on page 34 of this file).
Passport to Success - Elliot Grossman
describes a closely mapped career development plan that
prepares Xavier University students for life after
Measures of Success - With assurance of
learning standards in full force, business educators evaluate
how well their assessment plans are working -- and where
those plans should lead next.
Teaching Outside the Box - Four business
professors find new ways to engage students and innovate in
How Much Have We Learned? - Trudy W.
Banta explores how well schools are measuring student
The Learning Curve - Peter Ewell
discusses recent strides in assessing learning outcomes in
higher education and explores what still needs to be done.
Classroom Magic - Four innovative and
award-winning teachers cast a spell that transforms their
students and their classrooms.
The Faculty Role in Assessment - Professors and policy
makers see progress, but impediments, too, in getting
instructors to see measuring learning as in their own
interests, Doug Lederman writes in this Inside Higher Ed
More Than You Think, Less Than We Need -
Findings from a national study (conducted by the National
Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment) show that
gathering information about what undergraduates learn during
their studies is commonplace in most U.S. college and
universities. (full report
As Easy As Apple Pie! - Don't miss this
entertaining "baker's guide" to assessment plan development
(from Georgia Tech University).
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