View Full Version : Assessing learning in tutorials and laboratories

Drew Smith
05-25-2004, 08:52 AM
Dear Biomch-L Members,

I have posted what I hope will be the start of a discussion on assessing
student learning in biomechanics tutorials and laboratories at the following

http://www.movement-analysis.com/biomch_l/viewtopic.php?p=916#916 . Please
feel free to visit this URL and post any comments/questions you may have on
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Drew Smith, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics
aw.smith at auckland.ac.nz
Department of Sport & Exercise Science
University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus
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