- self + study (Wiktionary)
“For example, a self-study might address the scope of library-based instructional activities over only a single term or academic year to assess what percentage of students and teachers have been involved in these activities.”
“Often program evaluations involve self-study by the program providers, comparison of program elements to national or international standards, and interviews by outside evaluators of those involved in and served by the program.”
“The program coordinator, with the assistance of a program evaluator from the ministry of education, conducted a program evaluation using a self-study which involved analysis of student evaluations and comparison with national standards as well as findings from a series of focus groups which involved representatives from the groups served by the program (Easton & Oberg, 1993; Oberg & Easton, 1995).”
“The self-study involved closely examining the learning outcomes of all the courses, looking for redundancies, gaps, and relevance to current professional practice.”
“The self-study and survey of graduates were conducted by the program coordinator, with the assistance of a graduate research assistant.”
“Based on the self-study, the graduate survey, and the AASL standards, the program content was re-visioned and a curriculum document was prepared for feedback from the field.”
“A self-study might be designed to analyze the learning outcomes addressed through library-based instruction activities over a term or over several years.”
“Extremely valuable as a coursebook or for self-study.”
“Inspired by a professor with a passionate social agenda, Ingels began an intense course of self-study in the school library, reading monographs and histories on the subject "from A to Z.”
“Any feedback would be great as I'm currently going through his self-study program and book Capitalism which I've found very educational.”
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