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Program Management System - 21st BCCE - Assessing Student Learning in the Instructional Science Laboratory
||Assessing Student Learning in the Instructional Science Laboratory
||This workshop is designed to help chemistry educators develop a philosophy of educative assessment with respect to student learning in the laboratory. In an educative assessment environment, the emphasis is on helping students learn better. An important component is collecting information to assess the degree to which students are achieving specific learning outcomes. However, it does not stop there. In addition to collecting evidence of student learning, educative assessment also focuses on instructors providing feedback and giving the learners opportunities for self-assessment. The workshop facilitators will work with the participants to develop the concept of educative assessment and will present on the following topics: formative vs. summative assessment, auditive vs. educative assessment, learning goals vs. outcomes, and different ways of assessing student performance in the laboratory. This is a hands-on/minds-on workshop where each participant will leave with a set of assessment procedures useful for addressing specific student learning outcomes, providing useful feedback, or allowing the students to perform self-assessments of their conditions. Each participant will receive the book Assessing Student Learning.
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||Room needed with movable desks or tables.
||Yes: laptop and multimedia projector
||This is an interactive workshop where participants are expected to engage in group work. This workshop should be offered after the workshop on creating significant instructional laboratory experiences.
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