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University Leaders Should Expect a Shift in Measurement of Learning Outcomes (EdTech Magazine)

University Leaders Should Expect a Shift in Measurement of Learning Outcomes (EdTech Magazine)

"The tried-and-true credit hour is so entrenched in higher education, it’s hard to imagine a system that doesn’t measure students’ academic progress in units of classroom time. Generally speaking, if a student reaches 120 hours, he or she will be walking across the stage to claim a bachelor’s degree."—Source: EdTech Magazine

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

With more and more data being collected on student learning at the individual level, should we reframe the ways we think about assessment and measure outcomes? EdTech Magazine makes a cogent case. —Eduwire Editors