Helena College hosted a Writing Assessment Workshop to ensure that high school and college instructors of College Writing (WRIT101) grade student work using the same standards and that high school students are writing at the same level as their college peers. Key to a successful outcome was developing a scoring rubric that reflected the published outcomes of the course, collecting student papers, and providing teachers with a collaborative atmosphere to discuss their approaches to evaluating student writing. This article describes the development process, the scoring protocol, and results of the assessment.
Clinard, Jan Ed.D.
"Collaborating across Levels to Assess Dual Enrollment WRIT101: College Writing,"
The Montana English Journal: Vol. 41
, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umt.edu/mej/vol41/iss1/3