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Assessment can answer important questions, questions about the learning of individual students, the effectiveness of a single course or program, or even the entire institution. Precision in formulating the questions of interest helps to pinpoint the level of analysis, determine the appropriate methods, and guide data sampling, aggregation, interpretation, and use. . . .
Student learning outcomes are specific, concise statements of how students can demonstrate their mastery of the program’s learning goals. This guide provides tools for developing clear, well-written outcomes for your program.
Good course objectives are specific, measurable, clear and related. This rubric was designed for a peer review of course objectives or student learning outcomes that will result from course participation at Penn State.