Group Level Assessment (GLA) allows participants/co-researchers the opportunity to voice their opinion on a specific topic, while also developing action strategies for change. The purpose of the method is to empower participants and provide them an outlet to share their experiences, in addition to develop a salient action plan. In this article, we describe how the process of participating in a GLA impacted the undergraduate women engineering students that participated. We conclude that merely facilitating a GLA positively impacted participants, aside from the action steps. Women that participated in the GLA felt supported and that their voice was heard, as well as developed heightened awareness of other women’s experiences.
Recommended CitationGuy, Batsheva R. and Arthur, Brittany. (2021). “I Am Not Alone”: Impact of Participating in a Group-Level Assessment for Undergraduate Women Engineering Students. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 10.
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