Assessment of Teaching and Learning

A Comprehensive Guidebook for Law Schools

by Kelly Terry, Gerald F. Hess, Emily Grant, Sandra Simpson

Tags: Law School Teaching

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292 pp  $38.00

ISBN 978-1-61163-130-2
eISBN 978-1-5310-1546-6

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This book discusses every aspect of assessment from the broad topics of creating a culture of assessment and the institutional assessment process to the more specific topics of assessing student learning at the course and program levels and assessing teaching effectiveness. The book models assessment at the institutional level, the course level, and throughout the law school experience (experiential learning programs, legal writing courses, centers and concentrations, extracurricular activities, non-academic offices).

In addition to explaining the assessment process generally and in a variety of specific contexts, this book provides example assessment documents and tools that law schools can adapt as necessary. Moreover, the book offers suggestions for law schools on peer, student, and self-assessment of teaching effectiveness, both formative (ongoing teaching development) and summative (personnel decisions). Administrators, new professors, and seasoned professors will find guidance and advice on all aspects of assessing teaching and student learning.

This text is part of CAP's Law School Teaching list. Complimentary copies of these texts are not available, as they are intended for professional development and are not designed for student use. Please contact with any questions about our Law School Teaching titles.