hpe549 | Graduate
Evaluation And Assessment Methodologies
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Methods of Assessing Learning
- Compare and contrast assessment, evaluation, research, and measurement.
- Examine the differences between traditional and contemporary approaches to assessment.
- Identify common methods used in assessing learning.
Assessing Program Outcomes
- Describe the purpose and benefits of program evaluation.
- Define a program evaluation plan.
- Define a program outcome measure.
- Examine the effect of accreditation standards on program and student outcome assessments.
Assessing and Evaluating Student Learning
- Design strategies and measures to assess student learning on ground and distance education.
- Develop methods to design outcome evaluation based on diverse learning styles and domains of learning.
Assessing Course Outcomes
- Examine curriculum-based assessments.
- Compare and contrast criterion-referenced and norm-referenced assessments.
- Sharing course outcomes with stakeholders.
Emerging Trends in Evaluating Learning Outcomes
- Summarize trends in learning assessment and evaluation in adult and higher education.
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