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TX Corequisite Project: Evaluation and Assessment

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"Catalyst in Action: Case Studies of High-impact EPortfolio Practice." edited by Bret Eynon, Laura M. Gambino, 2018.


"Community Engagement and High Impact Practices in Higher Education." NUNEZ, G., M, & GONZALEZ, A. L, 2018.


"High-Impact Practices in Online Education: Research and Best Practices." Edited by Kathryn E. Linder and Chrysanthemum Mattison Hayes.


Program Highlight

Institution: Portland State University.

Authors: Rowanna L. Carpenter, Vicki Reitenauer, Aimee Shattuck

Contact: carpenterr@pdx.edu

Assessment Website

University Studies Assessment Plan, Methods, and Tools.

Description

Taken from the General Education and Equitable Assessment Report

"Equitable assessment practice means that students have the opportunity to show their learning in multiple ways, not just through high stakes standardized tests. At its best, equitable assessment processes consider multiple pieces of evidence of student learning, ideally curated by the student so that their understanding of their learning is part of the assessment process. Equitable assessment seeks to understand whether there are groups of students who may be underserved by the institution and takes into account multiple intersecting identities whenever possible." (Carpenter, R., Reitenauer, V., & Shattuck, A., 2020).

 

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"Equitable assessment practices invite all faculty, regardless of rank, into conversation about student learning and educational practices, and values those perspectives as equally relevant to improvement. At the heart of equitable assessment is the practice of critical reflection, on the part of students, faculty, and educational programs." (Carpenter, R., Reitenauer, V., & Shattuck, A., 2020).

 

Carpenter, R., Reitenauer, V., & Shattuck, A. (2020, June). Portland State University: General education and equitable assessment. Urbana, IL: National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment, Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education, and Campus Labs.

 

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