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Emenike, Mary; Raker, Jeffrey R.; Holme, Thomas – Journal of Chemical Education, 2013
With the increasing emphasis placed upon chemistry instructors and departments to assess and evaluate their courses and curricula, understanding the structure of chemistry faculty members' knowledge and use of assessment terms and concepts can shed light on potential areas for targeted professional development. Survey research that might…
Descriptors: Chemistry, College Faculty, Familiarity, Knowledge Level
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Murphy, Kristen; Holme, Thomas; Zenisky, April; Caruthers, Heather; Knaus, Karen – Journal of Chemical Education, 2012
The ability to coherently assess content knowledge throughout an entire undergraduate career represents a significant advantage for programmatic assessment strategies. Chemistry, as a discipline, has an unusual tool in this regard because of the nationally standardized exams from the ACS Exams Institute. These exams are norm-referenced and allow…
Descriptors: College Science, Chemistry, Undergraduate Study, Scientific Concepts