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Chapter 9: Brain Target 6: Evaluating Learning
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Chapter 9:Brain Target 6Evaluating Learningby Sarah Tran
Key Point: Evaluation in various forms should be happening during every phase of the teaching and learning process
Active Retrieval of Information: Students are better served by retrieval practice (self-quizzing) than by studying alone (re-reading)
Multiple Kinds of Assessments: Balance use ofassessments (portfolio, student journals, learning logs, performanceassessments)
Spacing Effects: Efficacy of introducing delays between learning events(important for consolidation of memory)
Frequent and Timely Feedback:Effects of corrective feedback appear to be strongest when teachers explain why responses are accurate or inaccurate
Provide students with useful and timely feedback to motivate and support them
Application to Teaching
Evaluate students' learning through various means (correct answer vs. open-ended responses, solving problems and applying knowledge)
Make it a priority to revisit previously taught content after a significant delay and have students study/test their knowledge (spacing effect)
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