Assessing Students Course Knowledge Using a Group Process Map

Kristina Rouech, Elizabeth Ann VanDeusen

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Abstract

Innovative educators continually strive for better ways to engage students in course content and reflect on learning. A Group Process Map is a reflective activity used at the end of the semester to assess student learning. This presentation will share the process, examples, and rubrics for using a Group Process Map with undergraduate and graduate students in online and face to face settings. Participants will see how students are able to display their knowledge about course content with text and visuals tied directly to course learning outcomes. This innovative teaching tool can be used across disciplines in a variety of classroom settings.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Oct 7 2021
EventScholarship of Teaching and Learning Summit - Virtual
Duration: Oct 7 2021Oct 7 2021

Conference

ConferenceScholarship of Teaching and Learning Summit
Period10/7/2110/7/21

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