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Equity-Centered Assessment Instruments

According the Center for Urban Education, at USC, "The term “Equity-Mindedness” refers to the perspective or mode of thinking exhibited by practitioners who call attention to patterns of inequity in student outcomes. These practitioners are willing to take personal and institutional responsibility for the success of their students, and critically reassess their own practices. Practing Equity-Centered Assessment requires that practitioners are race-conscious and aware of the social and historical context of exclusionary practices in American Higher Education." 

In this collection, we highlight assessment tools that are designed to be explicitly conscious of race, ethnicity & the history of exclusionary practices in education, and therefore, to help the practitioner or the institution practice equity-minded assessment of student learning and the student experience.

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All the Rubrics

This collection pulls together all of the rubrics available on the HubICL for assessing intercultural learning.  As of June 2021, there are eight of them.We've also included the Purdue version of the AAC&U intercultural competence rubric which served as a foundational document for the HubICL sorting categories.

Finally, as a bonus, we've including a link to a blog article that explains how to make sense of qualitative data!

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Katherine Yngve

Assessment for Social Justice Collection

According to McArthur (2016; see article within this folder):

"Assessment for social justice is a two-pronged concept.  It refers both to the justice of assessment within higher education, and to the role of assessment in nurturing the forms of learning that will promote greater social justice within society as a whole."

This collection includes definitions, models, a list of case studies, a list of suggested instruments, and more. Assessment for Social Justice is a relatively new area of professional practice which coalesced into a movement in North America in 2018.  It has a rich scholarly & theoretical history, however, dating back to at least 1977.

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"Say Their Names" Collection: Training & Assessments for Equity, Inclusion & Social Change

A collection of free activities and assessment instruments for moving beyond outrage to changing minds.

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."

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On-line Intercultural Learning Curriculum Resources

This collection gathers together  a variety of on-line instructional resources, most of them pre-existing courses, that support continued development of intercultural competence in a time of pandemic and study abroad cancellations. All resources have been "backwards-designed", e.g. they begin with specific learner outcome goals, most derived from the AAC&U intercultural knowledge and competence rubric, to advance through targeted intercultural exercises and reflective practice to guide the learner  towards intercultural and/or diversity-inclusion competence.

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Katherine Yngve