Assessment Resources

Assessment at North Carolina A&T

Introduction to the Assessment Process - Academic Programs (PPT)

Introduction to the Assessment Process - Administrative Units (PPT)

Writing Student Outcomes 

How are Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes Different? 

Differences Between Course Grades and Learning Outcomes Assessment 

What is the Difference in Direct and Indirect Measures?

Creating Action Plans

Timeline and Methodology Mapping 

Using Taskstream for Assessment (Tutorials)

Assessment Resources from External Sources

CSU's Student Learning Outcomes Assessment"A set of ten video clips on developing and implementing student learning outcomes assessment by Michelle Saint-Germain, faculty and program assessment expert at California State University, Long Beach. With her colleagues, she presents the steps to help you plan your student learning outcomes assessment process."

VALUE rubrics, from the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), developed by teams of faculty representing colleges and universities across the United States, articulate fundamental criteria for each of 15 learning outcomes, with performance descriptors demonstrating progressively more sophisticated levels of attainment. The rubrics are intended for institutional-level use in evaluating and discussing student learning, not for grading. Outcomes include Civic Engagement, Creative Thinking, Critical Thinking, Ethical Reasoning, Global Learning, Information Literacy, Inquiry and Analysis, Integrative Learning, Intercultural Knowledge and Competence, Foundations and Skills for Lifelong Learning, Oral Communication, Problem Solving, Quantitative Literacy, Reading, Teamwork, and Written Communication.   

Nine Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning, delineated by the American Association of Higher Education.

Examples of High Impact Educational Practices

 

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