The Anti-Assessment Manifesto
by Gregg Primo Ventello - June 04, 2008
Assessment at every level has become a priority at American colleges. In my commentary I take the position that asking faculty for formal, official documentation of assessment is unnecessary and redundant, and that those who ask for it misunderstand our commitment as teachers. I use “eros,” as Socrates defined it in Plato's Symposium, to explain the force that drives teachers to achieve excellence in their fields, and to challenge the current politics of assessment.
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