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Improving Student Learning at Scale
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Foreword—Stephen Hundley Afterword—Natasha Jankowski Acknowledgments Preface Part One. Introduction to Learning Improvement at Scale 1. Laying Out the Problem 2. What Could Learning Improvement Look Like in Higher Education? 3. Dismantling Learning Improvement Part Two. A Step-By-Step Guide to Improving Learning at Scale 4. Testing the Collective Will to Improve 5. Vision 6. Where are We Now? 7. Developing Interventions 8. Intervention Implementation 9. Re-Assessment Part Three. Expanding Learning Improvement at Scale 10. Doing Higher Education as If Learning Improvement Matters Most 11. Join the Improvement Movement. What You Can Do Now Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C References About the Authors Index

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Keston H. Fulcher is the executive director of the Center for Assessment and Research Studies and professor in graduate psychology at James Madison University (JMU). JMU has received an unprecedented 14 national recognitions related to student learning outcomes assessment. Fulcher’s research focuses on structuring higher education for learning improvement. He serves on the advisory panel to the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA), collaborates extensively with the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis, and is one of the founders of the Learning Improvement Community. Caroline Prendergast is completing her PhD in Assessment and Measurement at James Madison University. She has six years of experience in educational assessment, ranging from international large-scale assessment to work with small student affairs programs in higher education. Her current work involves providing assessment-related training and resources to faculty and staff across JMU’s campus and beyond and partnering with academic programs to pursue large-scale learning improvement projects. Her research primarily concerns the role of assessment in promoting the improvement of student learning. Stephen Hundley, Ph.D., is Senior Advisor to the Chancellor for Planning and Institutional Improvement at IUPUI, an urban-serving institution with 30,000 students. He is also Professor of Organizational Leadership within the Department of Technology Leadership and Communication in IUPUI’s School of Engineering and Technology. Stephen chairs the annual national-level Assessment Institute in Indianapolis, the nation’s oldest and largest higher education event focused on assessment and improvement. He is host of Leading Improvements in Higher Education, a podcast profiling people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Stephen is also executive editor of Assessment Update, an award-winning bimonthly periodical from Wiley with a nat

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