Have you considered adding five-minute student interviews to your teaching tool kit? Before you calculate how long it would take to interview all of your students and dismiss this idea out-of-hand, consider how student interviews provide a unique setting and opportunity for you to teach students individually.

Extensive
research confirms the value of student-teacher interactions. Sandy Astin’s
widely acclaimed What Matters in College reports
that interaction between student and faculty has “significant positive
correlations with every academic attainment outcome: college GPA, degree
attainment, graduating with honors, and enrollment in graduate or professional
school” (383).

In our experience we have found student interviews are a highly effective alternative or supplemental assessment method and teaching tool…



This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Barbara Morgan Gardner, PhD, and Kenneth L. Alford, PhD

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