See the Error, See the Individual — and See the Intervention

The guest editors of a special issue of the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment explain how its scholarship helps is to understand what students’ errors on standardized tests of academic achievement tell us about teaching and learning, and how we can use this knowledge to inform the assessment process and development of educational interventions

3 years ago
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Students Don’t Know What’s Good For Them

When students evaluate their courses and instructors, they tend to rate higher when they got good grades, and not good learning. That’s pretty common sensical, so why do we keep asking students if they’re happy?

6 years ago

Creative Problem Solving for Marketers

Editor’s note: We’re pleased to welcome Minna-Maarit Jaskari of the University of Vaasa, Finland, whose article “The Challenge of Assessing […]

7 years ago

New JOM Editor’s Choice Collections

The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on […]

8 years ago