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Why Reconsider Assessment in Graduate Education?. National/International Contexts Collective desire for better articulation of what students and communities can expect from educational experiences at all levels, including across borders Strong interest in what investment yields

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why reconsider assessment in graduate education
Why Reconsider Assessment in Graduate Education?
  • National/International Contexts
    • Collective desire for better articulation of what students and communities can expect from educational experiences at all levels, including across borders
    • Strong interest in what investment yields
    • Higher education scholarship has laid a path toward high-quality educational practice. How do we benefit from this knowledge at the graduate level?
  • State/Local Contexts
    • Are we a good investment for ourselves as citizens to make?
    • Are we serving our communities in ways that enrich us all?
  • Programmatic Contexts
    • External review processes formerly felt like a summative judgment in which limitations were penalized
    • Paths through assessment that focus on learning and growth are possible
    • How are we doing in our (potentially transformative) educational relationships?
    • Can we do better? If so, how? For whom?