September 27, 2016

Presentation Title

Effectively Enlisting Student Feedback in Course Content Assessment and Revision

Location

Capitol Ballroom

Start

9-27-2016 2:30 PM

End

9-27-2016 3:05 PM

Abstract

By soliciting and involving student feedback in the assessment and revision process at specified points in the learning experience, online courses are easily adapted to allow for changes in course goals. Incorporating the feedback makes the student more engaged in the learning and more aware of how they are meeting the objectives and outcomes. Timely adjustments during the semester based on qualitative assessment tracks student interest and achievement of course materials, allowing for the learning process to become more tailored for the students’ skills and knowledge. This presentation will sample various techniques for qualitative key-point data collection for assessing student understanding of core concepts.

Format

Round Table

Institutional level targeted

Higher Ed

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Sep 27th, 2:30 PM Sep 27th, 3:05 PM

Effectively Enlisting Student Feedback in Course Content Assessment and Revision

Capitol Ballroom

By soliciting and involving student feedback in the assessment and revision process at specified points in the learning experience, online courses are easily adapted to allow for changes in course goals. Incorporating the feedback makes the student more engaged in the learning and more aware of how they are meeting the objectives and outcomes. Timely adjustments during the semester based on qualitative assessment tracks student interest and achievement of course materials, allowing for the learning process to become more tailored for the students’ skills and knowledge. This presentation will sample various techniques for qualitative key-point data collection for assessing student understanding of core concepts.