A university wide action research project to enhance teaching and learning through constructive alignment
Paper in proceedings, 2011

We report on a campus-wide educational development project at Chalmers where 35 courses were redesigned using constructive alignment as a conceptual tool. Scaffolding involved workshops, peer and facilitator assessment, and discipline-specific supervision. Increased constructive alignment competence and improved scholarship of teaching and learning practice are the main results. Weaknesses involved accessing literature, doing action research, and designing evaluation.

Author

Tom Adawi

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers)

Magnus Gustafsson

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers)

Elisabeth Saalman

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers)

T. Stehlik

Neill Thew

Proceedings, SUHF konferens "Att leda högre utbildning"

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10/8/2017