Powerful Pedagogy: Teaching Techniques that Work
How can librarians provide effective research instruction to groups of students with widely varying information competencies? How can we engage students in the process of creating library instruction that responds to their individual learning needs? This presentation will demonstrate the process of using assessment-elicited evidence of students' information literacy skills to tailor each instruction session based on the information proficiencies of the students in each instruction session. Using formative assessment in one-shot library instruction sessions makes information literacy instruction significantly more practical for students, and therefore improves students' learning.
Orblych, Teague and Dunaway, Michelle Kathleen, "Formative Assessment: Transforming Education in the Library" (2013). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2011. 24.