Providing feedback to students on written assignments and athletic/artistic performances can be challenging. Assessing proficiency for this type of work often relies on the professional judgement of faculty who are taking a number of factors into consideration when they are grading or providing feedback.
The goal of good curriculum design, is to take the broad outcomes that you desire in a graduate, and break it down into a sequence or collection of courses that can build those capabilities. Using the metaphor of a building can be helpful for understanding curriculum.
Baylor''s accreditation was officially reaffirmed last month by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) for the next decade. What factors into a successful accreditation effort, and what does it mean for the university? Dr. Wes Null, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Institutional Effectiveness, explains on this Baylor Connections.