Advances in Accounting Education Teaching and Curriculum by Bill N. Schwartz, Anthony Catanach

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I learned much about confidentiality (through encryption) or authentication (through certificates) when I completed the WebQuest. Evaluate the learning method (rather than the content): Set aside your perceptions on the topic of the assigned WebQuest and think about the WebQuest method itself. A WebQuest presents a set of Web pages that include an introduction, task (things for you to think about or answer), information resources (some external Web page links or links to other articles in addition to the WebQuest content itself)* and a conclusion.

By placing these items on the customized course critique, instructors gain a representative measure of all students' 33 34 JOHN M. THORNTON AND MARTIN J. HORNYAK positions and can use the feedback as a venue for an open discussion of important issues. g. the course's objectives or the instructor's grading philosophy) may even be appropriate, if the instructor's intent is to establish a platform for dialogue. e. course name, year) and instructions to students to rank the importance of each of the student-based items using a Likert-type scale.

However, there are difficulties in using open-ended questions. They warn that open-ended feedback is more difficult to summarize and report, and there are some areas where students are less able to assess teaching effectiveness. Calderon et al. (1996, p. 54) report that students can contribute significantly in the evaluation of instructors' presentation skills, moderately in the evaluation of course materials, pedagogical methods, and guidance and advising, and very little in the evaluation of curriculum design and course development.

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