The Competence Screening Questionnaire for Higher Education: Adaptable to the needs of a study programme

  title={The Competence Screening Questionnaire for Higher Education: Adaptable to the needs of a study programme},
  author={Evelyn Bergsmann and Julia Klug and Christoph Burger and Nora F{\"o}rst and Christiane Spiel},
  journal={Assessment \& Evaluation in Higher Education},
  pages={537 - 554}
Abstract There is a lively discussion on how to evaluate competence-based higher education in both evaluation and competence research. The instruments used are often limited to course evaluation or specific competences, taking a rather narrow perspective. Furthermore, the instruments often comprise predetermined competences that cannot be adapted to higher education needs. The aim of this paper is to provide a flexible screening instrument into which practitioners/evaluators of study programmes… 

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