Student Assessment in Higher Education: A Handbook for Assessing Performance

  title={Student Assessment in Higher Education: A Handbook for Assessing Performance},
  author={Kevin R. Cox and Bradford W. Imrie and Allen Miller},
Section A The place of assessment in higher education: purposes of higher education functions of assessment cognitive educational objectives, learning outcomes and levels of testing measuring the outcomes of non-cognitive objectives stages of intellectual and ethical development. Section B Some assessment methods: timing of assessment tasks essays theses objective tests assessing group projects practical skills and field work designing a final examination. Section C Examining assessment… 
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