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Assessment in Statistics Courses: More than A Tool for Evaluation. (English)
Assess. Eval. High. Educ. 28, No. 2, 115-27 (2003).
Asserts that the current assessment reform movement in statistics encourages instructors to think more broadly about cognitive measures that assess student learning and to incorporate authentic assessment, performance assessment, and portfolio assessment. Discusses areas to consider for assessment, problems with typical assessments, and statistical authenticity for understanding student learning. (ERIC)
Classification: D65
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