Course Learning Outcomes
Class-based assessment provides feedback to faculty and individual students about learning. Typical assessment tools include quizzes, problem sets, exams, essays, term papers, class presentations, projects, group work, portfolios, and informal techniques including self-assessments. It is Lane's policy that faculty may use class-based feedback to improve individual student learning and to improve instruction. Results of class assessments are sometimes aggregated for assessing student learning outcomes at the program level.
Rubrics - Rubistar, a free online tool to develop and analyze rubrics for class assignments
Classroom assessment techniques - (Iowa State)
Student Assessment of Learning Gains (SALG) - a free site offering a tool for feedback from students about their learning
Course-Based Review and Assessment - University of Massachusetts
Fifty CATs - (adapted from Angelo and Cross)
AAC&U guides on reserve at the Lane Library:
- Using the VALUE rubrics for improvement of learning and authentic assessment.
- The art & science of assessing general education outcomes : a practical guide.
- General education & liberal learning : principles of effective practice.