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Mark Morton

Learning outcomes are corrosive - 2 views

    "Learning outcomes are frequently dismissed as a nuisance to be dutifully completed & swiftly put aside, but Frank Furedi believes their prescriptive nature & underlying utilitarian ethos make them an altogether more corrosive influence on higher education. "
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     The electronic portfolio offers many advantages to  its paper-based counterpart,  including - but not limited to - hyperlinked navigation, adding multimedia and the ease of sharing the portfolio. Previous research showed that the quality of a portfolio does not depend on the medium used. This paper studies the effect of the portfolio medium on perceived support for self-reflection and on the students' learning outcomes. We made use of the fact that during this study about half of the first year medical students used an electronic portfolio (n=157) and the other half a paper-based portfolio (n=190)
Jane Holbrook

Interactive Blooms - 2 views

    A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing based on a r evision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives*
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