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ERIC Number: ED451743
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 78
Abstractor: N/A
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ISBN: ISBN-1-56377-048-2
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Assessment To Promote Deep Learning: Insight from AAHE's 2000 and 1999 Assessment Conferences. Major Addresses from "Rising Expectations for Assessment: Can We Deliver?" AAHE Assessment Conference (Charlotte, North Carolina, June 14-18, 2000) [and] Highlights of Plenary Addresses from "Assessment as Evidence of Learning: Serving Student and Society," AAHE Assessment Conference (Denver, Colorado, June 13-16, 1999).
Suskie, Linda, Ed.
Papers from two conferences explore efforts to meet rising expectations for higher education through fair and honest assessment. The papers from the 2000 conference are: (1) "A Conversation with Jorge Klor de Alva" (interviewed by Gail Mellow); (2) "Promoting Deep Learning through Teaching and Assessment" (Noel Entwistle); (3) "Developing a Learning/Teaching Style Assessment Model for Diverse Populations" (James Anderson); (4) "A Few Good Measures: The Impossible Dream?" (Victor M. H. Borden); (5) "Assessment of Innovative Efforts: Lessons from the Learning Community Movement" (Jean MacGregor, Vincent Tinto, and Jerri Holland Lindblad); and (6) "Accreditation--Where Credit Is Due" (Barbara Wright). From the 1999 conference, the papers are: (1) "Assessment at the Millennium: Now What?" (Thomas A. Angelo, Peter T. Ewell, and Cecilia Lopez, moderated by Theodore J. Marchese); (2) "Assessing for Quality in Learning" (John Biggs); and (3) "Testing Disadvantaged Students: The Elusive Search for What Is Fair" (Sharon Robinson). (SLD)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: American Association for Higher Education, Washington, DC.