HELP

Handbook on Excellence in Learning and Pedagogy


Contents

Home Page

The Historical Background of Assessment

A. National Scene
B. King's College Scene
C. A Definition of Assessment at King's College

Placement Tests

Course-Specific Assessment:  Applying Techniques in Teaching

Student Outcomes

Pre- and Post Tests

Syllabi

Classroom Techniques  Samples: Tips for Teaching Critical Thinking

Specific Assignments   

        Writing: Civilization, Chemistry

        Information Literacy: Chemistry

Rubrics

Self-evaluation  Samples: Mid Semester Evaluation

Competency Growth Plans for the Transferable Skills of Liberal Learning

Samples:  Information Literacy in History

The Sophomore-Junior Diagnostic Project

The Senior Integrated Assessment

Samples:  Senior Seminar in History

Lessons Learned from Assessment at King's

Advice and Good Conversation on Teaching and Learning

Bibliography/References

Links

The Documentation Project:  Collected Documents about Assessment (password access only)


Credits:  Original Handbook by Don W. Farmer, 1996; revised by Edmund Napieralski, 1998; revisions 2005 by Brian A. Pavlac

The CELT Advisory Board 2005:
Joyce Armstrong; Mike Berry; Thomas A. Drazdowski; Janet DuMond;  Claire Gilmore, Jayne Klenner-Moore; Jennifer McClinton-Temple; Anne Massey;  Barbara Neureuter;  Jean O'Brien; Cheryl O'Hara; Robert Paoletti;  Ryan Sheppard; Marianne Sodowski; Trent Snider.  


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