|Other Titles:||<Reports>Analysis Using a Combination of Student Surveys and E-portfolios with Performance Evaluation Data at Osaka Prefecture University|
|Authors:||高橋, 哲也 |
|Author's alias:||Takahashi, Tetsuya|
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|Abstract:||This paper presents the results of an analysis of students’ learning processes and learning outcomes using e-portfoliosand student surveys along with performance data from Osaka Prefecture University (OPU). Student surveys wereintroduced in 2007 and have been conducted continuously since. E-portfolios were introduced in 2012 by modifying theCourse Experience Questionnaire introduced in 2005 to survey learning outcomes for each semester, and also to encouragestudents to reflect on their learning experience. This study’s most important finding concerns daily student behavior andits relationship to GPA at OPU. Namely, GPA was related solely to the seriousness of a student’s attitude toward his or herstudies; no relationship was found between time spent learning outside of the classroom or other behaviors. Additionally, only a student’s knowledge of his or her discipline exhibited a relationship with GPA among questions concerning acquiredskills and learned abilities. In accordance with these findings, OPU will reform its performance evaluation method andimplement an active learning approach in all undergraduate courses.|
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