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We Know They are Smart, but Have They Learned Anything?: Strategies for Assessing Learning in Honors
Honors in Practice -- Online Archive (2005)
  • Steffen Pope Wilson, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Rose M. Perrine, Eastern Kentucky University
Abstract

The independent assessment of student learning, or outcomes assessment, is a topic of national interest and one that is currently being addressed by many institutions of higher education. Honors programs, like all academic units, are being asked to create outcomes assessment programs. We provide here a brief history of outcomes assessment and an overview of the basic steps required for creating an outcomes assessment program. We then discuss suggestions for implementing outcomes assessment in honors.

Keywords
  • Assessment,
  • Honors
Publication Date
January 1, 2005
Publisher Statement
Published in Honors in Practice, volume 1. Copyright 2005 National Collegiate Honors Council.
Citation Information
Steffen Pope Wilson and Rose M. Perrine. "We Know They are Smart, but Have They Learned Anything?: Strategies for Assessing Learning in Honors" Honors in Practice -- Online Archive (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/steffen_wilson/2/