Traditional assessment techniques often do not provide a truly accurate picture of what learners are actually learning from instruction. Analyzing mental models digs into how each individual is processing the content and experiences from your course. We'll show you a method that's easy and quick to implement that just might surprise you when you give it a whirl.
This was a mind-shifting experience in terms of grappling with the reality of today's generation of learners. We'll be sharing some of the methodologies we observed as well as demo a couple of techniques you can try yourself.
- Karen Walker, Education. "The Millennials: There's a new kid in town"
- Yvonne Foster, Disability Services. "Working with students with Aspergers Syndrome in college"
- Jane Yingling and Linda Summers, Education. "Decisions, decisions: deciding what to teach, how to teach,
- and how to assess learning"
- Phil Blatt, Physical Therapy. "Applying problem based learning to physical therapy courses"
- Grant Taylor, Art & Digital Communications. "Image chains"
- Barry R. Hill, CETL Director. "Applying human learning principles to course design"
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