Developing a Measurement Instrument to Assess Student Learn...
The paper provides an interim progress report of a research study aiming to develop a well-validated measurement instrument to assess student learning outcomes after service-learning experience in higher education settings. The scale validation and item reduction exercise resulted in a 56-item measurement instrument with good internal consistency. This has an underlying factor structure that closely matches the findings in literature, covering four aspects: a) knowledge application, b) personal and professional skills, c) civic orientation and engagement, and d) self-awareness.
Keywords: Student learning outcomes, measurement instrument, service-learning, APRCSL, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
By: Robin Stanley SNELL, LAU Ka Hing
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019