Assessing learning, critical reflection, and quality educational outcomes: the Critical Incident Questionnaire
Gilstrap, Donald L.
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Gilstrap, Donald L. and Jason Dupree. 2008. Assessing learning, critical reflection, and quality educational outcomes: the Critical Incident Questionnaire. -- College & Research Libraries, v.69 (5): pp.407-426
This research study incorporates Brookfield’s Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ) as a qualitative instrument to assess the ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education in one library’s instructional curriculum. A sample (n=348) of English Composition II students was studied over the course of two semesters during a four-session instructional program. A methodological framework of critical reflection, incidents, and events was incorporated, as well as reflection on practice. Results of the study showed the CIQ was effective in supporting qualitative methods for assessment of critical reflection in general and the ACRL Standards specifically during the research and learning process.
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- Donald L. Gilstrap