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The UNC TLT Collaborative 2001 Conference was held
at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington
on May 2325, 2001.


The Role of Learning Assessment in Forming Successful Learning Communities

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The most recent comment for this track was posted on 05/22/2001 at 02:32PM:

Let's get started by getting to know one another. If you have time before the sessions begin, try the Keirsey test site below: http://www.advisorteam.com/user/kts.asp
-- , conference participant

 

Posted on 05/22/2001 at 02:29PM:

Laura and I would like to discuss the questions below and derive a kind of work in progress to bring to the TLTC. We think it would be good to clarify how we think about the issues below because it will help us plan the direction of the TLTC better. Our session will be transformational in the sense that we ARE a learning community, defining itself and evolving strategies for establishing itself even as we reflect on these topics: SIX QUESTIONS 1. What kind of a community is TLTC? 2. What kind of learning takes place in TLTC? 3. What are your expectations for the kind of community TLTC should be? 4. What are your expectations for the kind of learning that should take place in TLTC? 5. How would technology promote your expectations? 6. How is participation in a learning community in an electronic environment unique?
-- , conference participant

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