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Assessment Resources for Teaching Faculty

Learning Assessment Overview

The Marylhurst assessment program supports teaching faculty in refining their teaching, learning and assessment practices by offering small group workshops, individual consultations and resources. We subscribe to the idea that assessment is not an add-on activity, but is a critical part of pedagogical planning that "enhances, extends, supports and expands student learning" (Driscoll & Wood, 2007).

Resources

Rubrics & Other Assessment Tools
Here you will find a variety of resources to help you gather information about your students' learning for course planning, giving feedback to students, and grading.

Assessment Articles
This page includes articles for teaching faculty about the "why," "what" and "how" of student- and course-level learning assessment.

 

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April 10, 2015

Christina Rusnak, composer

Composer Christina Rusnak will present her work, in a 90-minute program. At 3:30, Christina will talk with music students from Marylhurst Universi...

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April 11, 2015

A-MAIS-ing Voices Series: Dance Movement as Meditation

With MAIS alum Susan Cazier. This workshop will consist of a brief history of dance and how dance movement can lead to holistic wellness. Also, hea...

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Marylhurst University Day at Mary's Woods

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