Our tests, papers, and assignments allow us to see how well students have learned. But, there are ways to find out more about what they are learning along the way. What did students actually learn from the last class activity or homework? Are they starting to grasp the important concepts or organize their thinking in ways consistent with the discipline? What methods can we use that allow us insight into our students' thinking and learning progress, without taking too much time? In this session we will explore and see examples of a variety of methods for gathering feedback on student learning.
2150 E.Evans Ave
Anderson Academic Commons Library
University of Denver
Denver, Co 80208
TRANSFORMING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
"Our traditional model of education that has served us well for many years is no longer sustainable. We must look at transforming the learning experience and embrace change if we plan to continue leading DU into the next century. "
Chancellor Robert Coombe, 2012