Effective and Efficient Assessment. Assessment Workshop October 27, 2006. Workshop Objectives. Discuss some external pressures to assess student learning. Understand some ways we can respond to these pressures through meaningful and effective assessment at department and program levels.
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October 27, 2006
Middle States Association Suggestion for Binghamton University
Assessment Communities In Practice
Evidence-Based Program Enhancements—(Curriculum, Learning, Teaching, etc.)
(Qualitative, Quantitative, Triangulated)
Focused Reflection/DiscussionEffective and Efficient Assessment Is A Faculty-Based Process
Create A Visual Representation of What You Would Like Your Students To Achieve, and List Them As Student Learning Objectives For Your Program
Please complete first exercise:Think of knowledge, skills, and competencies you and your faculty would expect students to acquire by the time they graduate
Why is it difficult to proceed with an assessment system if objectives are not well-defined?
Why is it sometimes difficult to identify student learning objectives that are clear and “assessable?”
Student Performance in Construction Management Program According to ACCE Criteria
Discussed at faculty meeting, October 2004
Recommendations reviewed by faculty, October 2005