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Using Qualitative Methods in Institutional Assessment

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This volume advocates the broad use of qualitative methods in assessment across American higher education: campus cultures, academic success and retention programs, student experiences and learning, and teaching effectiveness.


Taal / Language : English

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EDITORS` NOTES 1
Shaun R. Harper, Samuel D. Museus
1. Myths and Misconceptions About Using Qualitative Methods in Assessment 5
Shaun R. Harper, George D. Kuh
Erroneous assumptions about the adequacy of qualitative research have led to the underuse of these techniques in institutional assessment.
2. Enhancing Institutional Assessment Efforts Through Qualitative Methods 15
Nancy Van Note Chism, Trudy W. Banta
Qualitative methods, alone or in combination with quantitative techniques, are critical tools for developing in-depth understandings of focal phenomena and their contexts in institutional assessment.
3. Using Qualitative Methods to Assess Diverse Institutional Cultures 29
Samuel D. Muscus
Qualitative techniques arc necessary for conducting campus cultural assessments and to understand the role that institutional culture plays in the experiences and behaviors of individuals and groups on increasingly diverse college campuses.
4. Using Qualitative Methods to Assess Academic Success and Retention Programs for Underrepresented Minority Students 41
Denise O`Neil Green
Academic support and retention programs for underrepresented minority students can use qualitative assessment methods to meet the challenges posed by recent legal and political turbulence surrounding race-conscious initiatives.
5. Using Qualitative Methods to Assess Student Trajectories and College Impact 55
Shaun R. Harper
Moving beyond quantitative tallies and correlations to developing a rich understanding of how students navigate their educational environments and how to best meet their needs requires the use of interpretive research methods.
6. Using Qualitative Methods to Assess Student Learning in Higher Education 69
Melissa Contreras-McGavin, Adrianna J. Kezar
Qualitative approaches can help answer calls for accountability by enhancing the ability of institutional researchers to identify, comprehend, and convey what and how their students are learning.
7. Using Qualitative Methods to Assess Teaching Effectiveness 81
Lisa R. Lattuca, Jennifer M. Domagal-Goldman
It is important to transcend one-dimensional quantitative student evaluations of instructor performance and employ qualitative tools to develop a more holistic understanding of teaching effectiveness.
INDEX 95
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Paperback / softback
120 pagina's
Januari 2008
154 gram
229 x 152 x 6 mm
John Wiley and Sons Ltd us

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