Title

Knowledge Surveys - An Affective and Cognitive Learning Engagement Instrument for College

Track

Learner-Centered Course Design

Abstract

Knowledge surveys reliably collect unique useful assessment information from both cognitive and affective domains. Moreover, they are instructional tools that aid with course organization, interactive instruction, and promoting student success. Our session features examples than span scales from 30-minute workshops to institutional curricula.

 

URL: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/csusymp2009/6