Over the last several years, programs that teach entrepreneurship have found and/or developed a variety of ways to assess student performance. Although assessment has been discussed in many forms at the NCIIA conference and other national meetings, it should be an ongoing topic--one in which new and emerging programs can learn from those with more experience. This panel/discussion will focus on tried and true methods of assessing student performance in entrepreneurship-focused courses as well as novel methods that are being introduced by both new and established programs. The discussion will not focus on empirical assessment data, but rather on entrepreneurship course learning objectives and different methods used to assess them.
Thursday March 25, 2010 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Attendance numbers do not account for private attendees. Get there early!