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Evidence Collection to Support Students’ Achievement of Learning Outcomes : A Case from Hong Kong Baptist University

Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning (May 29, 2013)

CONFERENCE / SYMPOSIUM : Learning Outcomes : Impact on Next Generation Learners

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MAJOR SPEAKER : Ling, Leevan
LENGTH : 40 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : This presentation consists of two main components. First, we will share our experience in using coursework and assignments in a group of freshmen numeracy courses to help students achieve course level learning outcomes. Following on in the second part, we will provide an overview of HKBU's institutional-based Evidence Collection Initiative (ECI) through which we gather and integrate multi-faceted evidence of student learning outcomes at programme and institutional levels. Together with the audience, we shall discuss the advantages derived therefrom and reflect on enhancement required for continuous improvement. While the e-tools deployed to aid both the direct and indirect measures of student learning outcomes at different levels are useful, further development is needed to cater to the diverse needs of institution-wide evidence collection.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

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