QUICK WAYS TO ASSESS STUDENT LEARNING
Stefanie Mollborn, Associate Professor of Sociology, Institute of Behavioral Science
How can you find out if your students are learning what you want them to? This workshop will focus on quick and easy ways to collect information about students’ learning to better inform your teaching and assessment. Many of these strategies, such as minute papers and online discussion posts, simultaneously help students improve their learning. We will also discuss bottlenecks in student learning and threshold concepts they need to master before moving to new course material. These bottlenecks and threshold concepts are often important focal points for assessing student learning.
No registration required.
The FTEP Symposia are designed and provided for our instructional faculty members. Participation in FTEP Workshops and Symposias is open to Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Instructors, Senior Instructors and Scholars-in-Residence, as per your official HR Job Class. If you are planning to participate in this symposium and are in a college other than the presenter, you may plan in advance to adapt the teaching tools in this event to your discipline.
Thursday, February 13, 2014, 12:30-1:30 pm
This event will be held in ATLAS 200