Assessing Student Work to Support Curriculum Development: An Engineering Case Study
Today's engineering graduates need specialized knowledge and abilities associated with interdisciplinary education. This article discusses how a departmental curriculum committee in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering used a collaborative assessment protocol to both examine the development of engineering students' integrative thinking and to guide a continuous curricular improvement process.
This article is from Journal of Learning Communities Research 3, no. 3 (Dec. 2008/Jan. 2009): 47–62.