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Big Progress in Authentic Assessment, But by Itself Not Enough

Citation

Sullivan, D. F., & McConnell, K. D. (2017). Big Progress in Authentic Assessment, But by Itself Not Enough. Change, 49(1), 14–25. https://doi.org/10.1080/00091383.2017.1265386

Abstract

The article offers information related to the higher education system in the U.S. such as issues concerning student performance and college learning outcomes. It discusses the concept of a high-quality and 21st century undergraduate education involving both students' learning of disciplinary and pre-professional content as well as mentions the use of authentic assessment and the Association of American College and Universities LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes.

Themes: Association of American Colleges & Universities, Academic ability, Authentic assessment, HIGHER education -- United States, undergraduates, Universities & colleges