Proclaiming and sustaining excellence: assessment as a faculty role, Volume 26, Issue 3
Karen Maitland Schilling, Karl L. Schilling, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education
Graduate School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, Apr 13, 1998 - Education - 127 pages
This report provides a brief history of the most recent wave of assessment in higher education, particularly focused on the faculty role in assessment. It traces major conceptual, methodological, political and policy advances in assessment over the past decade. The authors suggest some ways of thinking about assessment, strategies, and next steps which they view as necessary for more clearly envisioning assessment as a faculty role.
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The Recent Wave of Interest in Assessment
Sources of Faculty Resistance
Conceptual or Theoretical Advances
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