Measuring Course Competencies in a School of Business: The Use of Standardized Curriculum and Rubrics
American Journal of Business Education
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This paper examines the growing emphasis on measurement of course competencies by individual college students through two course examples, an undergraduate course in managing change and conflict and a graduate course in human resource management. The author explains how standardized curriculum and assignment rubrics are being used to measure student achievement and as a vehicle for ongoing assurance of learning efforts.
Gibson, Jane Whitney, "Measuring Course Competencies in a School of Business: The Use of Standardized Curriculum and Rubrics" (2011). HCBE Faculty Articles. 195.