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Assessment, Observation, and Educational Research

Why Conduct Formal Research on Your Student's Learning?


Drawing of the base of the brain by Andrea Vesalius (1543) Wikipedia

The Student Learning: Observing and Assessing Workshop identified the need to share information about assessing students. Setting up educational research projects in the geoscience classroom is one way to address this need.

This page is designed for faculty new to educational research and will get faculty started.

How To Design and Conduct Classroom Research

Geoscience Examples

See the abstracts from the Methods of Assessing Teaching and Learning in the Geosciences 2005 GSA Annual Meeting Presentations.

See the abstracts from the "Methods of Assessing Teaching and Learning in the Geosciences (Posters)" 2005 GSA Annual Meeting Poster Session I.

See the abstracts from the "Methods of Assessing Teaching and Learning in the Geosciences (Posters)" 2005 GSA Annual Meeting Poster Session II.

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