Effective Student Assessment in Virtual Learning Courses Based on the Guided-Experience Approach
This paper presents a brief review of the present knowledge on student learning assessment in traditional face-to-face courses that use brain-based learning principles and adopt the guided-experience approach. The understanding of these principles and approach is then applied to the design of an effective student learning assessment model for a virtual learning course.
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- Ronald Jean Degen, 2011. "Review of the current knowledge of brain-/mind-based learning to present the optimum climate for, and the guided experience approach to teaching," Working Papers 73, globADVANTAGE, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria.
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