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Description and Purpose
In a Post-Lecture Knowledge Survey, the professor presents students with a set of questions or problems related to the knowledge and skills just shared. Students respond to the survey by rating their perceived ability to answer the questions or solve the problem. Post-Lecture Knowledge Surveys require students to self-assess their understanding of the lecture content and their readiness to respond to questions related to it.
This technique promotes student reflection on course content. Coming to terms with their confidence levels can provide students with ...