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Ayers, C., & Ostrander, J. (2005). Scenario-based learning for a more relevant student experience. Learning Abstracts, 8.

Yarnall, L. (2009). The principled assessment toolkit: A design for defining and measuring 21st century skills in technician education. Menlo Park, CA: SRI International [pdf].

Yarnall, L. (2010). Executive summary: The principled assessment toolkit: A design for defining and measuring 21st century skills in technician education. A report of the Scenario-Based Learning in Technical Education Project. Menlo Park, CA: SRI International [pdf].

Yarnall, L., House, A., Rafanan, K., Gaffney, T., Bhanot, R. (2009). Scenario-Based learning assessment reflection toolkit [pdf]. This document contains the forms used in the evidence-centered assessment reflection process discussed in the previous two reports.

Yarnall, L., & Ostrander, J. (2011). If you build it will they come? Supporting faculty in assessing problem‑based learning. In J. Davies, E. de Graaff, A. Kolmos (eds). PBL across the disciplines: Research into best practice. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium PBL-2011 at Coventry University, UK. (pp. 621-633). Aalborg, Denmark: Aalborg University Press.  Available online from the UNESCO Chair in PBL site at  http://www.ucpbl.net/

Yarnall, L., & Ostrander, J. (2012). The assessment of 21st‐Century skills in community college career and technician education programs. In C. Secolsky and D.B. Dennison (Eds.) Handbook of measurement, assessment, and evaluation in higher education. ( ) New York, NY: Routledge.  Available from Routledge at http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415880763/

Yarnall, L., Toyama, Y., Gong, B., Ayers, C., & Ostrander, J. (2007). Adapting scenario-based curriculum materials to community college technical courses. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 31(7), 583-601.

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