Throughout the semester students will write the Minute Paper at the beginning or end of class. The Minute Paperis the single most commonly used classroom assessment technique.This technique allows faculty to assess the match between their instructional goals and students’ perceptions of these goals and their own learning.
Its major advantage is that it provides rapid feedback on whether the instructor’smain idea, and what the students perceived as the main idea, is the same.
Students will answer the following three questions in concise, well-planned sentences (each questions must be answered in at least 150 words in APA format, please articulate your explanation and no bullet points):
1. What are the 3-5 most significant (main idea/useful/meaningful/surprising/disturbing) things you have learned during this session
2. How might you apply what you learned today in your work/project?