Direct and indirect measurement work together to support an effective assessment strategy. But it’s often d...
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Direct and indirect measurement work together to support an effective assessment strategy. But it’s often difficult to keep track of both. Learn how to overcome common challenges in this blog post.
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Planning & Self-Study helped the University of North Alabama get more than 85% of faculty to finish annual reporting on time.
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By aligning content with learning outcomes, you can design curriculum that gets students where they need to go. Learn how a simple three-step process can ensure all your course content is essential.
University of Holy Cross managed piles of paper and endless Excel spreadsheets before adopting Planning & Self-Study. Learn how they made the transition and got 90% of faculty on board.
Strong learning outcomes provide the backbone to an effective curriculum strategy. These five guiding questions help create the best learning outcomes to ensure student success.
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Take a fresh look at your assessment strategy! In this session, we review the difference between direct and indirect measurement, their benefits, and the tools you need for effective measurement.
Learn how technology can help community colleges engage faculty in a culture of improvement, define and assess "non-traditional" programs and CTE, and ensure student success as they advance.
Does your curriculum get students where they need to go? Watch The Learning Organization share a framework and process to identify, delimit, and align essential content with learning outcomes.
Learn how Watermark Outcomes Assessment Projects simplifies rubric-based assessment and makes it easy to coordinate review across a pool of evaluators.
Direct and indirect measurements work together to create a complete picture of student learning. Learn how Watermark’s solutions expand your assessment strategy by helping surface and manage both.
Do you need direct and indirect measurements for a successful assessment strategy? Check out this post to learn why both measurements matter.