TITLE

The Course Description:A Semiprojective Technique for Assessing Students' Reactions to College Classes

AUTHOR(S)
Silberman, M. L.; Allender, I. S.
PUB. DATE
June 1974
SOURCE
Journal of Higher Education;Jun1974, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p450
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article aims to assess students' reactions to college classes using a semiprojective technique. The researchers had difficulty considering how to elucidate student evaluation of a multisection introductory course in educational psychology required to all students at the College of Education of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The sections are intended to enable student-led groups to formulate problems of study concerning the teaching-learning process and to seek resolutions to these problems through a planned search of readings, films , tapes, lectures, instructional and research materials.
ACCESSION #
21452438

 

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