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Strong reasoning skills and thinking mindset are needed for decision strength | Insight Assessment
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Measuring student skills and proficiencies is the focus of the annual Texas A & M Assessment Conference (February 16-18, 2014). For over 20 years Insight Assessment has been the leading provider of proven tools that measure critical thinking proficiency for the premiere institutions in the Southeastern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Assessments are not all created equal. Strong assessments are:

  • built on proven, validated instruments;
  • deliver meaningful objective metrics;
  • provide an array of scale scores describing strengths and weaknesses in various skill areas;
  • precisely calibrated and targeted for desired outcomes and intended test takers.

The goal of any testing project should be to obtain high integrity data that provides specific and relevant information that can further the goals of the individual, program or organization being studied. Data must be presented in formats that inspire new insights and drive evidence-based decision-making. Each Insight Assessment test instrument has been crafted to provide a wide range of information, statistical and demographic, about individuals and/or test-taker groups.

Learn more about:

Critical thinking: a measurable outcome for SACS QEPs

Insight Assessment support for SACS QEP and accreditation

How to create a SACS QEP competency for critical thinking

How can I use pretest-post test assessment data

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