Category Archives: Books

Posts concerning recently published books relevant to assessment practices as carried out at Ferris State University.

Leveling


What level(s) are you assessing at? Appropriate leveling is an important consideration when developing learning outcomes and assessment strategies for our courses. I think that we probably all agree that a senior-level capstone biology course ought to require a different … Continue reading

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Mapping Outcomes


Mapping Course Outcomes Yesterday, I wrote a bit about mapping course assessments to specific outcomes. Now I would like to show you a couple of ways that I try to do this in my own classes. I’ll tell you right … Continue reading

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