Tag Archives: student learning

This Week in Assessment: April 19-24

It has been a busy week in the Office of Assessment at Missouri State. Since lists are a great way to digest what has been accomplished, I thought a quick, 10-item post about the latest Assessment happenings was just the

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Assessment By Any Other Name…

Assessment sounds like grunge work, demanding serious brainpower, organization, weeks of planning, and a large committee. It’s like those household chores you hate, but do anyway because you enjoy hosting. Or, in this case, you enjoy your program/course. But you probably

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Using Feedback from Student Internships to Make Changes In Agriculture Courses

Feedback From Internships Led to Research After students provided feedback on internship experiences in Colorado and Kansas, agriculture faculty realized they needed to broaden students’ understanding of animal agriculture. In the feedback, faculty found students were amazed by how different

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Closing the Loop: Student Learning in Media, Journalism & Film

by Sarah Gray and Dr. Keri Franklin The Department Dr. Mary Jane Pardue, the Interim Department Head of Media, Journalism & Film, in the College of Arts and Letters, has been at Missouri State University since 2002. Throughout her 12

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