The Effect of N=N | CLI Educational Research Lunch

Start date

Thursday, 19 Nov 2020, 12:00

End date

Thursday, 19 Nov 2020, 13:00

Rob Kickert investigates whether students at various course programmes under N = N differ from students under the old, traditional assessment policy.

First of all, students can differ in terms of academic performance, both in terms of progress and in terms of grades. In addition, Kickert investigates the differences in motivation and study behavior in order to understand what a change in assessment policy does to the students. The most important question is whether N = N motivates students to study harder and better. These results can contribute to the development of learning environments and assessment policies that optimally enable students to demonstrate their potential.

Next CLI Research Lunches are planned on:

28 January, 25 March, 27 May, 15 July 2021

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