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87th ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition
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Answer, Hope, and Move On: What is Wrong With Student Assessment (Presidential Symposium)
CE credits: 2.00
Track : Symposium
Program Code: 954R
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Time: 10:15 AM to 12:15 PM  EST
Location: National Harbor 11
SUBMITTER :
Dr. R. Bruce Donoff, DMD, MD, Dean, New York University College of Dentistry
Description
A students response to finals: Answer, hope and move on; Ive got a lot more to cram before the next test. At their worst, assessments are seen by students as a barrier to advancement and used by faculty as a perfunctory rite of passage at the end of a course of instruction. Making assessments more meaningful is to appreciate what they are not; they are not predictive of future performance, they do not add joy to the process of discovery and they are not a dynamic that strengthens the collegial bond among students or between students and faculty. One may ask, then, what is the purpose of assessing students?



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