Assessment | Templates and Tools
Bloom’s Taxonomy - List of action verbs at each level of Bloom’s taxonomy. It can be used to assist faculty in developing student learning objectives.
Checklist for Evaluating Written Objectives - A useful tool for use in evaluating the effectiveness of learning objectives.
Connecting Outcomes to Curriculum - A useful template from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education to assist is identifying learning objectives in a curriculum.
Curriculum Mapping - A curriculum map from a Psychology Department that uses the IDM approach to mapping learning objectives.
Direct and Indirect Evidence - Examples of direct and indirect assessment techniques from Linda Suskie of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Learning Goals and Assessment Techniques Template - Derived from a template from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, this tool will help faculty visualize how to assess student learning objectives.
Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning - From the American Association for Higher Education, these are the nine principles of good practices for assessing student learning.
Rubrics to Assess Student Learning Objectives - Eight point rubric to assess the quality of written learning objectives.
Rubric for Evaluating Institutional Student Learning Assessment Processes - A tool for institutions to assess the status of their current assessment efforts in terms of Middle States’ accreditation standards and expectations.
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Creating an Assessment Plan