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Making Assessment Matter: Changing Cultures, Improving Teaching, and Transforming Departments
Unformatted Document Text:  17 Making Assessment Matter Deardorff, Michelle D., and Brian D. Posler. 2005. “The Mission-Driven Department: Benefits of Departmental Assessment.” PS: Political Science and Politics 38 (April): 273-276. Deardorff, Michelle D., and Paul Folger. 2005. “Assessment that Matters: Integrating the ‘Chore’ of Department-Based Assessment with Real Improvements in Political Science Education.” Journal of Political Science Education 1 (September-December): 277-287. Dossin, Mary Mortimore. 2003. “Among Friends: Effective Peer Critiquing.” Clearing House 76 (March/April): 206-207. Fox, J. Clifford and Scott Keeter. 1996. “Improving Teaching and Its Evaluation: A Survey of Political Science Departments.” PS: Political Science and Politics 30 (June): 174-180. Hamann, Kerstin. 2007. “Presentation for Chairs’ Workshop on Assessment, APSA 2006,” in “Symposium: 2006 Workshop for Departmental Chairs—Planning for Assessment and Accountability Issues.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (January): 99-103. Julian, Frank H., Don H. Chamberlain, and Robert A. Seay. 1991. “A National Status Report on Outcomes Assessment by Departments of Political Science.” PS: Political Science and Politics 24 (June): 205-208. Kelly, Marisa and Brian E. Klunk. 2003. “Learning Assessment in Political Science Departments: Survey Results” PS: Political Science and Politics 36 (July): 451-455. Lasher, Kevin J. and Kenneth Kitts, 1998. “Coming Soon To Your Department: Institutional Effectiveness Plans.” PS: Political Science and Politics 31 (March): 69-73. Maki, Peggy L. 2004. Assessing for Learning: Building a Sustainable Commitment Across the Institution. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing. Maki, Peggy L. 2002. “Moving from Paperwork to Pedagogy: Channeling Intellectual Curiosity Into a Commitment to Assessment” American Association of Higher Education Bulletin 54 (May): 9. Michaelson, Larry K., Arletta Bauman Knight, and L. Dee Fink. 2002. Team-Based Learning: A Transformative Use of Small Groups in College Teaching. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing. Omelicheva, Mariya Y. 2005. “Self- and Peer-Evaluation in Undergraduate Education: Structuring Conditions That Maximize Its Promises and Minimize the Perils.” Journal of Political Science Education 1 (January-April): 191-206. Palomba, Catherine A., and T. W. Banta. 1999. Assessment Essentials. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Smoller, Fred. 2004. “Assessment is not a Four-Letter Word” PS: Political Science and Politics. 37 (October): 871-874.

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Deardorff, Michelle D., and Brian D. Posler. 2005. “The Mission-Driven Department: Benefits of
Departmental Assessment.”
PS: Political Science and Politics 38 (April): 273-276.
Deardorff, Michelle D., and Paul Folger. 2005. “Assessment that Matters: Integrating the ‘Chore’ of
Department-Based Assessment with Real Improvements in Political Science Education.”
Journal of
Political Science Education 1 (September-December): 277-287.
Dossin, Mary Mortimore. 2003. “Among Friends: Effective Peer Critiquing.”
Clearing House 76
(March/April): 206-207.
Fox, J. Clifford and Scott Keeter. 1996. “Improving Teaching and Its Evaluation: A Survey of Political
Science Departments.”
PS: Political Science and Politics 30 (June): 174-180.

Hamann, Kerstin. 2007. “Presentation for Chairs’ Workshop on Assessment, APSA 2006,” in
“Symposium: 2006 Workshop for Departmental Chairs—Planning for Assessment and
Accountability Issues.”
PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (January): 99-103.
Julian, Frank H., Don H. Chamberlain, and Robert A. Seay. 1991. “A National Status Report on
Outcomes Assessment by Departments of Political Science.”
PS: Political Science and Politics 24
(June): 205-208.
Kelly, Marisa and Brian E. Klunk. 2003. “Learning Assessment in Political Science Departments:
Survey Results”
PS: Political Science and Politics 36 (July): 451-455.
Lasher, Kevin J. and Kenneth Kitts, 1998. “Coming Soon To Your Department: Institutional
Effectiveness Plans.”
PS: Political Science and Politics 31 (March): 69-73.
Maki, Peggy L. 2004.
Assessing for Learning: Building a Sustainable Commitment Across the Institution.
Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Maki, Peggy L. 2002. “Moving from Paperwork to Pedagogy: Channeling Intellectual Curiosity Into a
Commitment to Assessment”
American Association of Higher Education Bulletin 54 (May): 9.
Michaelson, Larry K., Arletta Bauman Knight, and L. Dee Fink. 2002.
Team-Based Learning: A
Transformative Use of Small Groups in College Teaching. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Omelicheva, Mariya Y. 2005. “Self- and Peer-Evaluation in Undergraduate Education: Structuring
Conditions That Maximize Its Promises and Minimize the Perils.”
Journal of Political Science
Education 1 (January-April): 191-206.
Palomba, Catherine A., and T. W. Banta. 1999.
Assessment Essentials. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Smoller, Fred. 2004. “Assessment is not a Four-Letter Word”
PS: Political Science and Politics. 37
(October): 871-874.


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