Student Surveys Of Course Knowledge And Skills: Improving Continuous Improvement

Steven Walk
2010 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings   unpublished
The emphasis on curricula and program accreditation has moved from certification of teaching to confirmation of learning. Commonly adopted outcomes and assessment methods reflect the observations or opinions of the evaluator on the quality and quantity of learning demonstrated through various measures such as projects, presentations, or testing. Students achieve knowledge and skills objectives through the various learning opportunities, in other words the learning tools, offered them.
more » ... s must have knowledge of student preferences, perceptions, and responses to the tools offered the students in the continuous improvement process.
doi:10.18260/1-2--16833 fatcat:dahnnza2lneblkfoupv2gvfpfm