|Present||Professor, UIC School of Law|
UIC John Marshall Law School
The University of Illinois at Chicago
300 S. State Street, MC 300
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Phone: 312.427.2737 ext. 465
Office: Room 1125
Is Our Students Learning? Using Assessments to Measure and Improve Law School Learning and Performance Barry Law Review (2010)
This article considers the use of student assessments to provide law students with timely feedback in order to improve law student learning, provides a set of best practices for using assessments, and furnishes detailed examples ...
Contributions to Books (3)
Forthcoming and Prepublication Versions (5)
Why Students Aren’t Learning?: Using Assessments to Measure ExpressO (2010)
Although assessments have a greater influence on law student learning and performance, law schools currently do a very poor job at insuring that faculty use assessments to improve student learning and performance. This article seeks ...
Is Our Students Learning?: Using Assessments to Measure and Improve Law School Learning ExpressO (2010)
Is Our Students Learning?: Using Assessments to Measure and Improve Law School Learning Using Assessments to Improve Student Performance Rogelio A. Lasso The primary role of a law school is to make sure students learn ...