The case of the missing content user: teaching crime and public policy to students who aren't there
This is a case study of an Arts Faculty subject where student participation in lectures and lecture downloads both decreased steadily over the semester. The students still sat their exams and the normalized results told us that that they still learned. But how did they if they weren’t accessing the subject materials? What does it say about how I teach, how they learn, and how I learn about both my teaching and their learning?
Presenter: Associate Professor John Fitzgerald, School of Social and Political Sciences This seminar is part of the CSHE Innovations in Teaching and Learning, seminar series.