Exploring Methods for Measuring Student Learning Workshop

Monday, November 28, 2011 (Around 3 years ago)

Course assessment can provide insight into a number of questions related to student learning: How do I know that students are learning what I want them to learn? What tools can I use to measure my student learning outcomes? How can course assessment inform my teaching and the departmental curriculum?

This workshop explores a variety of existing methods of course assessment. We will meet in the library e-classroom to provide an opportunity for each participant to investigate different techniques. Please bring questions you have related to a specific assessment project, relevant course materials and any rubrics or other measures you are considering. Participants will leave with concrete plans for course and specific assignment assessment.

Come join your colleagues for a hands on workshop, great discussion, and wine and cheese on Friday, December 9 at 2:30 in the library e-classroom.

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