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Offers new material including: dealing with genre and discourse community theory, quantitative/scientific literacy, and blended and online learning.
Focuses on knowledge, tools, and strategies so educators can creatively design courses that will result in significant learning experiences.
A step-by-step guide for the assessment process. addresses using standardized tests, portfolios, and e-portfolios. Includes planning tools.
Offers suggestions for practice grounded in research, the literature on the teaching and learning, and campus-based examples.
A practical and effective resource for putting the learner-centered model into action — filled with self-assessments and worksheets.
This book shows how to integrate the grading process with course objectives and is filled with illustrative examples, including a sample syllabus.
Offers models and principles that can be adapted for your courses to create small teaching strategies to measure changes and effectiveness of techniques.
Pragmatic, real-world applications from which nearly any assessment practitioner will benefit.
Case studies of completed critical reflection rubrics from a variety of disciplines, including the performing and visual arts and the hard sciences.
Offers information on the goals of first year instruction, evaluating student learning, and constructing evaluation tools and assessments.
Provides help for writing faculty and administrators to frame discussions of writing assessements to accurately represent research-based practices.
This book includes tested activities and assignments and explains how to seamlessly incorporate them into course design.
Illustrate methods and techniques of assessment covering a wide range of objectives in diverse types of institutions.
Outlines an integrated and ongoing system for assessment that both prepares for an accreditation visit and truly enhances student learning.
A practical guide for collecting information about how well students are reaching your course goals.
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