Out-of-class Learning and Accountability in Higher Education☆

@inproceedings{Franklin2013OutofclassLA,
  title={Out-of-class Learning and Accountability in Higher Education☆},
  author={Douglas S. Franklin},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Massive student debt, poor performance by college graduates, and an overall questioning of the value of a four or more year commitment to an academic endeavour fuels societal and political demands for accountability in higher education. Drawing on a review of governmental studies, scholarly publications, professional association position papers, and popular works, the issue of addressing accountability through the development of universal learning outcomes and maximizing out-of-class… CONTINUE READING