Curso 25. La investigación en el aula

16 de Enero, 2009

Pedro Morales Vallejo

Índice de documentos

Investigaciones hechas por profesores con sus alumnos. Índice comentado

1. Bartlett, Michael G. and Morrow, Kristine A. (2001). Method for Assessing Course Knowledge in a Large Classroom Environment: An Improved Version of the Minute Paper. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Vol. 65, 264-267. http://www.ajpe.org/legacy/pdfs/aj650311.pdf

2. Biskobing, Diane M.; Lawson, Sonya R.; Messmer, James M. and Hoban, J. Dennis (2006). Study of Selected Outcomes of Medical Students Who Fail USMLE Step 1. Medical Education Online 2006. Vol. 11.11. Available from http://www.med-ed-online.org

3. Bourner, Hill; Hughes, Mark & Bourner, Tom (2001). First-year Undergraduate Experiences of Group Project Work. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 26, No. 1, 20-39

4. Butler, Adam; Phillmann, Kayah-Bah and Smart, Lona (2001). Active Learning Within a Lecture: Assessing de Impact of Short, In-class Writing Excercises. Teaching of Psychology. Vol. 28, nº 4, 257-259.

5. Connor-Greene, Patricia A. (2000). Assessing and Promoting Student Learning: Blurring the Line Between Teaching and Testing. Teaching of Psychology, Vol. 27, nº 2, 84-88

6. Covic, Tanya; Jones and Mairwen K. (2008). Is the essay resubmission a formative or a summative assessment and does it matter as long as the grades improve? Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p75-85

7. Drabick, Deborah, A.G.; Weisberg, Robert, Paul, Lucy and Bubier, Jennifer L. (2007). Keeping it Short and Sweet: Brief, Ungraded Writing Assignments Facilitate Learning. Teaching of Psychology, Vol. 34, nº 3, 172-175

8. Ellery, Karen (2008). Assessment for learning: a case study using feedback effectively in an essay-style test. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, V. 33 Issue 4, p421-429

9. Freter, Susan; Gordon, Janet and Mallery, Laurie (2006). Development and Evaluation of a Mandatory Course in Geriatric Medicine for Fourth Year Medical Students. Medical Education Online Vol. 11.14. Available from http://www.med-ed-online.org

10. Goldstein, Cheryl E.; Helenius, Ira; Foldes, Cara; McGinn, Thomas and Korenstein, Deborah (2005). Internist Training Medical Residents in Pelvic Examination: Impact of an Educational Program. Teaching and Learning Medicine, 17 (3), 274-278

11. Hall, Matthew; Ramsay, Alan and Raven, John (2004). Changing the learning environment to promote deep learning approaches in first-year accounting students. Accounting Education 13 (4), 489-505

12. Isaksson, Sven (2008). Assess as you go: the effect of continuous assessment on student learning during a short course in archeology. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p1-7

13. Kingsbury, Martyn P & Lymn, Joanne S (2008). Problem-based learning and larger student groups: mutually exclusive or compatible concepts – a pilot study. BMC Medical Education 2008, 8:35

14. Kogan, Jennifer R. and Shea, Judy A. (2005). Psychometric Characteristics of a Write-Up Assessment Form in a Medicine Core Clerkship. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 17(2), 101–106

15. Leeming, Frank C. (2002). The Exam-A-Day Procedure Improves Performance in Psychology Classes. Teaching of Psychology, vol. 29, nº 3, 210-212

16. Narloch, Rodger; Garbin, Calvin P. and Turnage, Kimberley D. (2006). Benefits of Prelecture Quizzes. Teaching of Psychology. Vol. 33 nº 2, 109-112

17. Rawson, Richard E.; Quinlan, Kathleen M.; Cooper, Barry J.; Fewtrell, Clare and Matlow, Jennifer R. (2005). Writing-Skills Development in the Health Professions. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 17 (3), 233–239

18. Reem, Abraham; Ramnarayan, Komattil & Kamath, Asha (2008). Validating the effectiveness of Clinically Oriented Physiology Teaching (COPT) in undergraduate physiology curriculum. BMC Medical Education, 8-40

19. Sainsbury, Erica J. and Walker, Richard A. (2008). Assessment as a vehicle for learning: extending collaboration into testing. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 33 Is. 2, p103-117

20. Winniger, Steven R. (2005). Using Your Tests to Teach: Formative Summative Assessment. Teaching of Psychology, Vol. 32, (3), 164-166