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Assessing the outcomes of higher education

ETS Invitational Conference (47th 1986 New York, N.Y.)

Assessing the outcomes of higher education

proceedings of the 1986 ETS Invitational Conference.

by ETS Invitational Conference (47th 1986 New York, N.Y.)

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Published by Educational Testing Service in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Universities and colleges -- United States -- Evaluation.,
  • College graduates -- United States -- Evaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17917915M
    ISBN 100886850622

    Books and Journal Articles ; Books and Journal Articles. ASSESSMENT Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes assessment in higher education. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. Gronlund, N.E. (). The departmental guide and record book for student outcomes assessment and institutional effectiveness (3 rd Ed.). Edison, NJ: Agathon Press.   Assessing Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education. London: Routledge. London: Routledge. College and university administrators need to understand the outcomes of learning, both to review the effectiveness of learning but also from a resource allocation perspective.

    Assessing education program learning outcomes Article in Educational Assessment Evaluation and Accountability 23(1) February with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Assessing Higher Education Learning Outcomes as a Result of Institutional and Individual Characteristics Per O. Aamodt & Elisabeth Hovdhaugen, NIFU STEP A selection of papers for the IMHE General Conference will be published in the OECD’s Higher Education Management and Policy Journal.

    The book, Chapter by Chapter. In chapter 2, Dorothy Spiller examines the learning potential of a model of assessment based on co-construction and shared ownership of assessment processes, and the conceptual barriers to its concern is that much current assessment practice in higher education is teacher-driven and managed, which can restrict student ownership of discipline. ASSESSING HIGHER EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES IN BRAZIL 58 HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY – VOLUME 24/2© OECD In , the European Union (EU) commissioned the OECD’s higher education division (Institutional Management in .


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Among those that report assessing outcomes in general education, most (87 percent) use institutionally created rubrics applied to samples of student work. Seventy-eight percent report gathering assessment data using capstone projects.

Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education focuses on assessing institutional quality and effectiveness, and responds to the increasing demand for greater accountability at all levels of institutional activity.

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This lack of high- quality discipline-specific measures is a significant problem, espe-cially in light of. outcomes assessment in higher education. Section one explains the scope and limitations of this paper.

Section two proposes a typology of different types of higher education learning outcomes, and comments on the advantages and drawbacks of using different types of outcomes as indicators of learning quality.

ELIZABETH F. BARKLEY is professor of music at Foothill College in Los Altos, California. She is a nationally known scholar, educator, and consultant and has been the recipient of several honors, including The Chair Academy's Outstanding Leadership Award for work with learning outcomes assessment and being named California's Higher Education Professor of the Year by The Carnegie.

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ASSESSING HIGHER EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES SUMMARY OF A FIRST MEETING OF EXPERTS Introduction 1. Policy makers as well as the public devote considerable attention to the outcomes of higher education. For some aspects of higher education outputs and outcomes, such as the type and number ofFile Size: KB.

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Internet Resources for Higher Education Outcomes Assessment We are an open learning space that curates content for faculty and assessment professionals through housed resources and tools for student learning outcomes, teaching and learning, program review and accreditation.

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