2023: Assessment Mini-Grant Lightning Talks 1
During this learning session, recipients of Assessment Mini Grants will share their projects and findings.
- Christopher McMahan & Jun Park "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Teaching Modalities on Student Academic Performance across Ethnicities"
- Tina Farrell "Advancing Clinical Skills in Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students with Underserved Populations"
- Chia-Lin Tsai, Gabriel Owusu, & Sidney Bonser "Students' Perceptions of Teaching and Learning in the STAT150 Course: Preliminary Findings from Online and Face-to-Face Sessions"
- Jenni Harding & Michelle Holmes "Ensuring Validity, Reliability, and Effectiveness of Teacher Candidate Field Observations"
- Emily Holt & Jessica Duke "Biology Students See Local Climate Change: A Classroom Intervention"
- Melissa Hoffner & Claire Landrieu "Measuring the Effectiveness of Supplemental Instruction Services at Tutorial Services: A Correlation Study Between Student Use of Supplemental Instruction and End-of-Semester Grades"
McMahan, Christopher; Park, Jun; Farrell, Tina; Tsai, Chia-Lin; Owusu, Gabriel; Bonser, Sidney; Harding, Jenni; Holmes, Michelle; Holt, Emily; Duke, Jessica; Hoffner, Melissa; and Landrieu, Claire, "2023: Assessment Mini-Grant Lightning Talks 1" (2023). Teaching and Assessment Symposium. 25.
Advancing Clinical Skills in Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students with Underserved Populations.pdf (1580 kB)
Students Perceptions of Teaching and Learning in the STAT150 Course Preliminary Findings from Online and Face-to-Face Sessions.pdf (518 kB)