Assessments of peer service learning
Dr. Tamaro J. Green
2021-05-13 00:58:58 viewed: 571
Establishing service learning may facilitate assessments of student-faculty partnerships. Curtis and Anderson (2021) analyze student-faculty partnerships, where students serve in course design or as instructors, to cooperate on institutional assessment processes. Analysis can evaluate the efficiency of learning in student-faculty partnerships. De La Hoz, Zuluaga, and Mendoza (2021) apply cluster analysis, efficiency analysis, and machine learning to evaluate engineering schools.
Both students and faculty in student-faculty partnerships may benefit from peer evaluations. Niyivuga, Otara, and Tuyishime (2019) suggest peer evaluation for academic staff to assess performance on an individual basis. International peer service learning may require a multicultural approach to designing assessments. Almond, Edwards, Kern, Kim, and Tregaskis (2021) examine the formation of societal norms in multi-national corporations. International peer service learning may benefit students, faculty, and the community (Chaube, 2020). Chaube (2020) review the student and community impact of international service-learning. International service learning may build from organizational citizenship behavior theory (ToMaszewska, 2019). ToMaszewska (2019) review studies developing from organizational citizenship behavior theory.
Almond, P., Edwards, T., Kern, P., Kim, K., & Tregaskis, O. (2021). Global norm-making processes in contemporary multinationals. Human Resource Management Journal, n/a(n/a). doi:https://doi.org/10.1111/1748-8583.12350
Chaube, P. (2020). Importance and challenges of international service-learning. Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement, 7(1).
Curtis, N. A., & Anderson, R. D. (2021). Moving toward student-faculty partnership in systems-level assessment: A qualitative analysis. International Journal for Students as Partners, 5(1), 57-75. doi:10.15173/ijsap.v5i1.4204
De La Hoz, E., Zuluaga, R., & Mendoza, A. (2021). Assessing and classification of academic efficiency in engineering teaching programs. Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science, 14(1), 41-52. doi:10.7160/eriesj.2021.140104
Niyivuga, B., Otara, A., & Tuyishime, D. (2019). Monitoring and evaluation practices and academic staff motivation: Implications in higher education within Rwandan context. SAGE Open, 9(1), 2158244019829564. doi:10.1177/2158244019829564
ToMaszewska, M. (2019). Antecedents of organizational citizenship behaviors: Evolution of research. Journal of Corporate Responsibility and Leadership, 6(1).
Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services. TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology. Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.
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