April 21, 2015

GESM 161g: Mind, Belief and Behavior: Learning about Learning

Starting in the Fall 2015 semester, a new course taught by members of the KCLC full-time staff has been offered for undergraduate students.

The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the field of psychometrics through the discipline of educational psychology.  The readings will present current research about human cognitive architecture, learning and motivation with an emphasis on the application of self-regulatory strategies to enhance students’ academic and professional outcomes.  Quantitative reasoning concepts of validity and reliability, norms and percentiles will be examined as students take and examine psychometric assessments such as the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI, Weinstein, Palmer, & Acee, 2016) and Career Occupation Preference System (COPS, EdITS).

For more information on other GESM161g and GESM161g courses, please visit this link.

For more information on the new GE requirements, please visit this link.