- The Association of American Colleges and Universities has published Assessing Global Learning: Matching Good Intentions with Good Practice (Caryn McTighe Musil). Authored by Caryn McTighe Musil of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), this monograph offers insights on student learning in international contexts, particularly as it pertains to identifying goals for global learning and “capturing the cumulative impact students’ growing global capacities” within liberal education. The appendices include a sample quantitative survey and assessment planning matrix for global learning outcomes. Good rubric on page 16.
- Duke University and NCREL: Global Awareness Rubric uses a spectrum model to assess students’ competence from novice to advanced in several categories, including awareness of technology and political decision making. Good for pre/post testing and showing evidence of improvement (see 1st document below)
- World Savvy Classrooms Progam offers a toolkit of resources for teachers interested in integrating global competence. Their project rubrics (see second document below) assess both content and skills, and could be modified for classroom use.
This is not an official U.S. Department of State website. The views and information presented are the grantee’s own and do not represent the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program, IREX, or the U.S. Department of State.