Stage 3: Develop Assessment Activities
Academic Assessments stages
Activities must be identified in each course where a learning goal will be assessed. It is important to include both summative and formative assessment activities to demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement of student learning. It is also important to make sure that a program is not relying solely on indirect assessment measures and has an adequate number of direct assessment measures.
The example below shows how a learning goal should have a formative assessment in at least one class and a summative assessment elsewhere in the curriculum.
Question: Can you identify where there is a gap in this example?
Answer in the image below:
Using the assessment activities template listed below, draft a assessment activity matrix for each major or program.
Save the file to your local drive or your personal network drive (P:).
- Click on the Submit button below which will launch your e-mail client. Attach the Assessment Plan Matrix and send.Submit Assessment Activities Matrix
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