For this discussion, you will write at least 500 words analyzing the definitions and purposes of assessment and accreditation and how they have emerged throughout pertinent historical eras. You must include an appraisal of the benefits and challenges of the 2 major approaches to assessment (Levels and Organizational Performance) described in the Module 1: Week 1 narrated presentation PowerPoint. Defend your opinion regarding the extent to which assessment, accreditation, and their guiding principles are compatible with a Christian worldview. You must use current APA format and cite at least 8 different sources—1 of which must be a biblical source.You have just been appointed to head up assessment at a Christian higher education institution. It is a mid-sized university with undergraduate and graduate residential and online programs. You are scheduled to meet with the administrators, faculty, and staff of the school to kick off assessment efforts needed to prepare for an upcoming reaffirmation of the institution’s accreditation. In preparing for this meeting, develop a presentation that includes the following points:Provide the audience with an analysis of the definitions and purposes for both assessment and accreditation and how they have emerged throughout pertinent historical eras.Provide an appraisal of the benefits and challenges of the two major approaches to assessment (Levels and Organizational Performance) described in the Module 1 narrated presentation PowerPoint.Defend your opinion regarding the extent to which assessment and accreditation and their guiding principles are compatible with a Christian worldview.Share how you would respond to an audience member who opposes doing both assessment and accreditation work in their role (assign them one, e.g. faculty, staff) at the universitiesResourceBanta, T. W., & Palomba, C. A. (2015). Assessment essentials: Planning, implementing, and improving assessment in higher education(2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc. ISBN: 9781118903322.

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