Assessing Undergraduate Learning in Psychology: Strategies for Measuring and Improving Student Performance
American Psychological Association
This book describes best practices for developing assessments that undergraduate psychology faculty and administrators can use when designing courses and curricula around student learning goals, including those identified in APA's Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major. Veteran educators draw on their expertise to provide guidance for addressing three common types of assessment pressures-individual, institutional, and international-to help other educators meet the needs of multiple stakeholders while ensuring that students have the skills to compete in the global economy.
Psychology, Study and teaching (Higher), Curriculum evaluation
Nolan, Susan A., "Assessing Undergraduate Learning in Psychology: Strategies for Measuring and Improving Student Performance" (2021). Seton Hall University Faculty Publications. 12.