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Todd, Valerie J.; McIlroy, David – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2014
There has been considerable criticism of assessment methods because of inconsistencies across modules and a focus on the measurement of learning rather than assessment for learning. The aim of the current study was to formalise the process of assessment feedback to feed-forward, and assess the impact on student learning. A cohort of undergraduate…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Learning Processes, Evaluation Methods, Undergraduate Students
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Kottke, Janet L.; Valencia, Leslie A.; Shultz, Kenneth S. – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2013
Actively engaged participants in the learning process typically demonstrate superior learning outcomes, better retention, and more satisfaction with the learning experience. The authors present the use of a simulated selection interview (SSI) as a culminating experience in a graduate-level personnel selection course as a way to engage students…
Descriptors: Simulation, Personnel Selection, Graduate Students, Teaching Methods
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McDermott, Hilary J.; Dovey, Terence M. – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2013
Research methods courses aim to equip students with the knowledge and skills required for research yet seldom include practical aspects of assessment. This reflective practitioner report describes and evaluates an innovative approach to teaching and assessing advanced qualitative research methods to final-year psychology undergraduate students. An…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Research Methodology, Educational Strategies, Methods Courses