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Title: Increase Student Success by Engaging Students in Learning


1
Increase Student Success by Engaging Students in
Learning
  • Dr. Marsha Fralick

2
Overview
  • Research (brief)
  • Rationale for engagement
  • Practical Exercises (Fun!)
  • What is working on your campus?
  • What new ideas could you implement?

3
Community College Survey of Student Engagement
(CCSSE)
  • Based on surveys of 700,000 students in 548
    colleges
  • Engagement matters for all students, but it
    matters more for some than for others.
  • Academically underprepared
  • Students of color
  • First-generation students
  • Non traditional learners

4
Rationale for Engagement
It helps your students be successful. Its fun
and rewarding too. Learning is optimized when
students are actively engaged in learning.
5
Favorite Quotes
  • Education is lighting a fire, not filling a pail.
    Yeats
  • The art of teaching is the art of assisting
    discovery. Mark Van Doren
  • The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher
    explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The
    great teacher inspires. William Arthur Ward

6
We remember
  • 10 of what we read
  • 20 of what we hear
  • 30 of what we see
  • 50 of what we both see and hear
  • 70 of what we have discussed with others
  • 80 of what we have experienced personally
  • 95 of what we teach someone else

7
And now the fun part
  • How to kill your student with PowerPoint
  • Just kidding, let the fun begin!
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