Learning Outcome Measures

Selected Readings:

Baleni, Z. (2015). Online formative assessment in higher education: its pros and cons. The Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 13(4), 228-236.

 

Callister, R. R., & Love, M. S. (2016). A comparison of learning outcomes in skills-based courses: Online versus face-to-face formats. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 14(2), 243-256.

 

Coker, J. S., Heiser, E., Taylor, L., & Book, C. (2017). Impacts of experiential learning: Depth and breadth on student outcomes. Journal of Experiential Education, 40(1), 5-23.

 

Fletcher, R., Meyer, L., Anderson, H., & Rees, M. (2012). Faculty and student conceptions of assessment in higher education. Higher Education, 64(1), 119-133.

 

Holt, E.A., Young, C., Keetch, J. Larsen, S., & Mollner, B. (2015) The greatest learning return on your pedagogical investment: alignment, assessment or in-class instruction? PLoS ONE, 10(9), e0137446.

 

Hunt, K. A., Trent, M. N., Jackson, J. R., Marquis, J. M., Barrett-Williams, S., Gurvitch, R., & Metzler, M. W. (2016). The effect of content delivery media on student engagement and learning outcomes. Journal of Effective Teaching, 16(1), 5-18.

 

Luce, C., & Kirnan, J. P. (2016). Using indirect vs. direct measures in the summative assessment of student learning in higher education. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 16(4), 75-91.

 

Moniz, T., Arntfield, S., Miller, K., Lingard, L. Watling, C., & Regehr, G. (2015). Considerations in the use of reflective writing for student assessment: issues of reliability and validity. Medical Education, 49(9), 901-908.

 

Rubin, L. (2016). Six-word memoirs: A content analysis of first-year course learning outcomes. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 28(3), 395-403.

 

Schoepp, K., & Benson, S. (2016). Meta-assessment: Assessing the learning outcomes assessment program. Innovative Higher Education, 41(4), 287-301.

 

Stanny, C. J. (2016). Reevaluating Bloom’s taxonomy: What measurable verbs can and cannot say about student learning. Education Sciences, 6

 

 

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