Proposal Abstract

Participate in this session to become more skilled at conceptualizing, planning, developing, and using student generated data-student products---as evidence in SoTL projects. Student generated data may include, but are not limited to: test scores and answers, completed assignments, reflections, journal entries, essays, blogs, projects, models, diagrams, one-minute papers, interview and discussion transcripts, portfolios, student presentations, web-designs, photos, films, and artwork. Brainstorm ideas for developing SoTL projects using student products, identify student products that might be used in SoTL projects effectively, frame questions to ask to guide SoTL projects using student products, and design strategies to use to explore the meaning of student products as evidence in SoTL work. Benefits of this session include an increased understanding of the use of student products in SoTL work and shared examples of how these products can inform teaching, enhance scholarship activities, and, most importantly, improve student learning.

Location

Room 1909

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

 
Mar 11th, 11:00 AM Mar 11th, 11:45 AM

Student Products Provide Evidence for SoTL Projects

Room 1909

Participate in this session to become more skilled at conceptualizing, planning, developing, and using student generated data-student products---as evidence in SoTL projects. Student generated data may include, but are not limited to: test scores and answers, completed assignments, reflections, journal entries, essays, blogs, projects, models, diagrams, one-minute papers, interview and discussion transcripts, portfolios, student presentations, web-designs, photos, films, and artwork. Brainstorm ideas for developing SoTL projects using student products, identify student products that might be used in SoTL projects effectively, frame questions to ask to guide SoTL projects using student products, and design strategies to use to explore the meaning of student products as evidence in SoTL work. Benefits of this session include an increased understanding of the use of student products in SoTL work and shared examples of how these products can inform teaching, enhance scholarship activities, and, most importantly, improve student learning.