Using assessment results to restructure a core curriculum: The Texas Tech experience.

Gary Elbow, Valerie Paton, Hansel Burley

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Abstract

This session covers the experience of Texas Tech University in developing a comprehensive core curriculum assessment program and using the results of that assessment to begin a long-term process of core curriculum restructuring with substantial faculty input in both areas. We also provide a specific example of how assessment results are being used to restructure the university’s multicultural requirement. Our experiences basing core curriculum improvements on assessment results and our strategy for engagement of faculty in the process may be useful for personnel from other institutions as they respond to the requirements of Comprehensive Standard 3.5.1.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Dec 2009

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