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Critique of Assessing Learning Outcomes in Higher Ed

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    Rachel Barreca
    Rachel Barreca
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    Read this article in the New York Times this morning and thought it could be fodder for an interesting conversation among the RyersonSA gang.

    What do you think?

    #8613
    John Hannah
    John Hannah
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    Can’t seem to get at the article from your post – I may be missing something. But, given the title, you can imagine my interest 🙂

    #8620
    Rachel Barreca
    Rachel Barreca
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    Just clicking on it doesn’t seem to do anything, but right clicking it and opening it up in a new tab worked for me. Does that work for you, John?

    #8626
    John Hannah
    John Hannah
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    Yep. That worked.

    #8627
    John Hannah
    John Hannah
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    The author writes that education is …about giving students an opportunity that most of them will never have again in their lives: the chance for serious exploration of complicated intellectual problems, the gift of time in an institution where curiosity and discovery are the source of meaning.

    Bravo.

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