Vision Project work in student learning is focused on strengthening campus-level assessment and finding ways to compare student learning among states. Though the work is challenging, being able to assess and compare student learning will improve teaching and help campuses not only identify problem areas but understand how to solve them.
Advancing a Massachusetts Culture of Assessment (AMCOA): AMCOA is is an initiative led by a team of faculty and staff from each of the 28 undergraduate campuses, with the goal of helping every campus improve curriculum and learning through development of assessment.
Liberal Education and America's Promise (LEAP): LEAP is a national initiative through the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) focused on developing learning outcomes in quantitative literacy, critical thinking and written communication.
Multi-State Collaborative to Advance Learning Outcomes (MSC): MSC is a collaborative project with eight other states- Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon, Rhode Island and Utah- that is using LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes to measure and collect data on student learning.
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