Assessing the Impact of Peer Instructor Generated Formative Self-Assessments

September 2, 2015
Presented by Dr. Jennifer L. Mathews, Interim Assistant Dean of Assessment and Associate Professor, Dr. Melinda E. Lull, Assistant Professor, both of St. John Fisher College, Wegmans School of Pharmacy Self-testing, a type of formative assessment, provides students with a study tool that can help identify areas of weakness. Despite their usefulness, this type of additional learning resource can often be time consuming for faculty members, limiting its successful use across multiple courses. Peer instructors are a valuable resource for students and faculty, and can be taught to help faculty with the development of self-assessments. This session will instruct participants on the utility, implementation and analysis of peer-instructor generated self-assessments using ExamSoft.
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