Do students learn what their professors intend them to learn? What are the challenges associated with effective utilization of rubrics? What is the status of assessment in management education? Journal of Management Education‘s explores these questions and more in their special issue on Assessment in Management Education.
Tracy H. Sigler and Kenneth S. Rhee, both of Northern Kentucky University, collaborated on the guest editorial entitled “Unlocking Learning: Discovering the Keys to Effective Assessment” which introduced the issue:
Welcome to the Journal of Management Education (JME) special issue on Assessment in Management Education. We have talked about the importance of this topic for years and are happy to present a special issue to help our readers think critically about the “what, why, and how” of assessment. Assessment is a reality of life for management educators, but the ideal assessment plan can be quite elusive. Historically we can identify both effective and ineffective uses of assessment…
Journal of Management Education‘s special issue on Assessment in Management Education also includes sections dedicated to research on the use and effectiveness of rubrics as well as study of new approaches to assessment. Click here to access the table of contents! Don’t want to miss out on all the latest from Journal of Management Education? Click here to sign up for e-alerts!