Classroom Assessment Techniques

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Classroom Assessment Techniques

Classroom Assessment Techniques

The College refers to the publication Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers by Thomas A. Angelo and K. Patricia Cross as a model for classroom assessment. Copies are available for purchase through the CSI Bookstore. A copy is also available to view or borrow short-term in the Human Resources Office. A table of contents for this handbook is printed below for your information.


Part One: Getting Started in Clsasroom Assessment

1. What is Classroom Assessment
2. The Teaching Goals Inventory
3. First Steps
4. Planning and Implementing Classroom Assessment Projects
5. Twelve Examples of Successful Projects

Part Two: Classroom Assessment Techniques

6. Choosing the Right Technique
7. Techniques for Assessing Course-Related Knowledge and Skills
8. Techniques for Assessing Learner Attitudes, Values, and Self-Awareness
9. Techniques for Assessing Learner Reactions to Instruction

Part Three: Building on What We Have Learned

10. Lessons and Insights from Six Years of Use
11. Taking the Next Steps in Classroon Assessment and Research


A. Colleges Participating in the 1990 Teaching Goals Inventory Survey
B. Teaching Goals Inventory and Self-Scorable Worksheet
C. 1990 Comparative Data on the Teaching Goals Inventory in Community Colleges
D. 1990 Comparative Data on the Teaching Goals Inventory in Four-Year Colleges
E. Bibliography of Resources on Classroom Research and Assessment



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