New Option for Assessing Student Learning
The CAT Instrument is designed to assess a broad range of skills that faculty across the country feel are important components of critical thinking and real world problem solving using short answer essay questions.
Center for Assessment & Improvement of Learning
Tennessee Tech University
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Cookeville, TN 38505
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