Krista Rompolski again joins host Kevin Patton for a Journal Club episode to discuss a study of whether student feelings of how much they learn accurately reflect their actual learning. What were the results and how do they impact the effectiveness of our courses?
- 00:46 | Kevin & Krista: Journal Club
- 02:43 | Sponsored by AAA
- 04:00 | Article Summary
- 09:52 | Sponsored by HAPI
- 11:36 | Feeling of Learning vs. Actual Learning
- 35:39 | Sponsored by HAPS
- 36:51 | More Discussion: Our Students
- 47:49 | Staying Connected
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Kevin & Krista
Krista Rompolski joins host Kevin Patton for another TAPP Journal Club episode!
Sponsored by AAA
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Krista Rompolski summarizes the essential content of this episode's journal article.
- Measuring actual learning versus feeling of learning in response to being actively engaged in the classroom (our journal article of focus) my-ap.us/3mG5gIn
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Feeling of Learning vs. Actual Learning
Krista and Kevin discuss what they learned from the article and how that relates to their own experience as teachers and learners.
- The Case for Transparency | Episode 51 (discusses benefits of transparency in teaching)
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More Discussion: Our Students
Kevin and Krista bring back the discussion to how the new research might apply to our non-Harvard, non-engineering students—or whether it applies at all.
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- Small Teaching (book referenced in the discussion) theAPprofessor.org/bookclub.html#badge-B013
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