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Measuring the Effectiveness of Holistic Approach to Teaching and Assessment used in Teaching a Decision Support Systems (DSS) Course

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posted on 09.09.2019 by ADIL FATHELRAHMAN

This paper investigates application of holistic approach to teaching and assessment and applies selected strategies to measure the effectiveness of such approach using results from teaching a Decision Support Systems (DSS) Course. Assessment is an integral part of the learning cycle and for any teaching strategy to succeed, teaching should be aligned with assessment strategies.


The strategies used in this paper for measurement of the effectiveness of the holistic approach are student ratings, self-evaluation, and learning outcome measures.

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fathelrahmanadil@gmail.com

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United Kingdom

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Higher Education Lecturer

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Independent /

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The data presented is an aggregated data and does not disclose any participant details, and presents authors teaching experience and therefore no consent was requested by the author.

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