Assessing Communication Education: A Handbook for Media, Speech, and Theatre Educators

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APPENDIX B: RECOMMENDED READINGS

Dewees, P. ( 1986). The assessment of prior learning: A critical adult learner service. Athens, OH: Project Learn.

Fugate, M., & MacTaggart, T. ( 1983). Managing the assessment function: Cost effective assessment of prior learning (Vol. 19, pp. 27-43). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Keeton, M. (Ed.). ( 1976). Experiential learning: Rationale, characteristics and assessment. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Keeton, M., & Tate, P. ( 1981). Learning by experience -- What, why, how. San Francisco: JosseyBass.

Knapp, J. ( 1977). Assessing prior learning. Columbia, MD: Council for Advancement of Experiential Learning.

Knapp, J. ( 1981). Financing and implementing prior learning assessment. San Francisco: JosseyBass.

Kolb, D. ( 1976). Learning style inventory: Technical manual. Boston: McBer & Company.

Kray, E., & Hultgren, L. ( 1976). Implementing and financing portfolio assessment in a public institution. Columbia, MD: Cooperative Assessment of Experiential Learning.

Mandell, A., & Michelson, E. ( 1990). Portfolio development and adult learning: Purposes and strategies. Chicago: Council for Adult and Experiential Learning.

Rydell, S. (Ed.). ( 1982). Creditable portfolios: Dimensions in diversity. Columbia, MD: Council for Advancement of Experiential Learning.

Simosko, S. ( 1985). Earning college credit for what you know. Washington, DC: Acropolis.

Simosko, S. ( 1988). Assessing learning: A CAEL handbook for faculty. Columbia, MD: Council for Adult and Experiential Learning.

Warren, J., & Breen, P. ( 1981). The educational value of portfolio and learning contract development. Columbia, MD: Council for Advancement of Experiential Learning.

Whitaker, U. ( 1990). Assessing learning. Standards, principles and procedures. Philadelphia: Council for Adult and Experiential Learning.

Willingham, W. ( 1977). Principles of good practice in assessing experiential learning. Columbia, MD: Cooperative Assessment of Experiential Learning.

Yelon, S., & Duley, J. ( 1979). Efficient evaluation of individual performance in field placement. East Lansing: Michigan State University.


REFERENCES

Commission on Non-Traditional Study. ( 1973). Diversity by design. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Kolb, D. ( 1984). Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Legislative Service Bureau. ( 1992). Public and local acts of the legislature of the state of Michigan. Lansing, MI: Author.

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