The Assessment Center as a Teaching/Learning Device R. Bruce McAfee

Alex Havryluk

Abstract


An Assessment Center is a process in which one group of’ participants evaluates another group on a selected set of’ dimensions. This paper describes the nature of these Assessment Centers and how one was implemented and conducted in a college classroom. Furthermore, it analyses obstacles in evaluating and conducting one. Finally, it compares the Assessment Center use of’ experiential learning exercises with the more traditional ways they are used. We conclude that Assessment Centers are potentially a rich source of new ideas for ABSEL members.

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