EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT METHODS
Course level: "Graduate"
"This course explores the strengths and weaknesses of evaluation and assessment methods utilized in learning organizations. Accreditation issues, outcomes-based assessment, institutional research, and student and faculty evaluation are key topics. The influence of leadership styles on evaluation and assessment methods is also examined. Competency A: Examine the components of assessment and the roles assessments play in learning organizations. Competency B: Evaluate the purpose, strengths, and weaknesses of various assessment methods. Competency C: Analyze the reliability and validity of various assessment methods. Competency D: Interpret assessment results to make leadership decisions. Competency E: Utilize professional standards to align instruction, assessment, and evaluation."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn