College student outcomes assessment: a talent development perspective

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Association for the Study of Higher Education, Oct 30, 1987 - Education - 124 pages
Analyzes the factors that help us to measure the impact of educational programs. Looks at goals, philosophy, outcomes taxonomies, cognitive outcome instruments, and much more.

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Contents

Why Study Student Outcomes?
3
Problems in the Use of Data about Outcomes
10
A Theory of Educational Practice
16
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ALEXANDER W. ASTIN is professor of higher education and director of the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles. He lives in Los Angeles.