2 edition of Student entry skills and the evaluation of instructional programs: a case study. found in the catalog.
Student entry skills and the evaluation of instructional programs: a case study.
Rodney W. Skager
in Los Angeles
Written in English
|Series||California. University. University at Los Angeles. Center for the Study of Evaluation. Report -- no. 53., CSE report -- no. 53.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
The present research study was design to investigate the factors affecting academic performance of graduate students of Islamia University of Bahawalpur Rahim Yar Khan Campus. The variables under consideration were the academic performance (student’s grades/marks) as a dependent variable and the gender, age, faculty of study, schooling, father/guardian social . students’ critical thinking skills by (1) using instructional strategies that actively engage students in the learning process rather than relying on lecture and rote memorization, (2) focusing instruction on the process of learning rather than solely on the content, and.
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Skager. Student Entry Skills and the Evaluation of Instructional Programs: A Case Study. Skager, Rodney W. Two forms of a mathematics achievement test were developed for use in the evaluation of an experimental instructional program at the seventh grade : Rodney W.
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for instructional purposes Focus is on development of self-evaluation skills. Teacher and students must meet to discuss evaluations (teachers can get a good window into students’ understanding of their progress).
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