Workshop at the AALHE Conference, June 2-4, 2014
100 is a good score. Or is it? A score of 100 doesn’t mean anything on its
own. Standards provide the context or comparison that gives a score meaning. They help us interpret assessment results and figure out how the results can be used to improve teaching and learning. In this workshop, participants will learn standard‐setting methods and practice them. In addition, participants will learn ways to set targets and tips for facilitating standard‐setting sessions on their campus.