“Learning Assessments Overview,” Seminary Learning Assessments (2016)
“Learning Assessments Overview,” Seminary Learning Assessments
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Learning assessments help students understand, explain, apply, and testify of important doctrines and principles. The successful completion of the learning assessments for the course is required for credit.
You can also help students successfully complete the learning assessments by consistently teaching, emphasizing, and reviewing the major doctrines and principles throughout the course. Study guides are provided to help teachers and students identify some of the course’s major doctrines and principles.
The learning assessment software will help you administer a learning assessment and collect results quickly. You have two options for administering an assessment.
Online. This option allows students to use a computer or mobile device to complete the learning assessment. The assessment is automatically scored, and students receive a report that shows their score and which questions they missed.
Print. This option allows students to use paper and a pencil to complete the learning assessment. Each bubble sheet has a unique code for each student. You will scan the bubble sheets, and they will be automatically scored.
After the learning assessment is scored, you can view a class report of the most missed questions. The software will also automatically update students’ records in WISE.
If you need help using the software, click on the links in the table to review handouts and demonstrations on how to use the software.
Administering Learning Assessments
Reviewing Learning Assessments
Taking Learning Assessments Online
Administering a Learning Assessment from a Previous Course
Using the ScanNGrade Mobile Scanning App
Frequently Asked Questions
You can also find more resources on the Seminary Learning Assessments page.