Departmental Bulletin Paper アメリカ高等教育におけるルーブリックをもちいた評価
Evaluation Using Rubrics in American Higher Education

塚原, 修一

(9)  , pp.57 - 67 , 2016-03 , 関西国際大学教育総合研究所
To explore the good practices of evaluation utilizing rubrics in higher education, a site visit to the United States was carried out. Examples were chosen mainly from the domain where educational goals were often set abstractly, such as study abroad, and/or the institutions that the outcomes assessment were tied to the educational improvement, in the wider framework of institutional research. Cases of student writing in Carleton College, study abroad in small Wabash College, study abroad in large-scale University of Georgia, and two support organizations of institutional research were discussed. The assessment in the universities became more appropriate by using rubrics. In addition, using rubrics in the university consortium enhanced the reliability of assessment across the individual university, and also accepted the diversity of universities. As for the outcomes assessment of study abroad, in many universities, a student must report prospective results before starting abroad and actual outcomes after returning home. However, in a university, a student should plan how to tie the outcomes of studying abroad to his/her leaning after returning home. Evaluation utilizing rubrics often accompanies by the student survey and the data analysis. There are organizations which support such works and improve the quality of institutional research in the United States.

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