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Non-cognitive Assessment in Higher Education. Self-Concept Realistic Self-Appraisal Handling System/Racism Long-Range Goals Leadership Strong Support Person Community Nontraditional Learning. Sedlacek : Non-Cognitive Variables.

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sedlacek non cognitive variables

Self-Concept

  • Realistic Self-Appraisal
  • Handling System/Racism
  • Long-Range Goals
  • Leadership
  • Strong Support Person
  • Community
  • Nontraditional Learning
Sedlacek: Non-Cognitive Variables
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Positive Self-Concept: Demonstrates confidence, strength of character, determination, and independence.

  • Realistic Self-Appraisal: Recognizes and accepts any strengths and deficiencies, especially academic, and works hard at self-development. Recognizes need to broaden his/her individuality.
  • Understands and Knows How to Navigate the System: Exhibits a realistic view of the system based upon personal experience. Committed to improving the existing system. Takes an assertive approach to dealing with existing wrongs, but is not hostile to society, nor is a "cop-out."
  • Prefers Long-Range to Short-Term or Immediate Needs: Able to respond to deferred gratification, plans ahead and sets goals.
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Availability of Strong Support Person: Seeks and takes advantage of a strong support network or has someone to turn to in a crisis or for encouragement.

  • Successful Leadership Experience: Demonstrates strong leadership in any area of his/her background (e.g. church, sports, non-educational groups, gang leader, etc.).
  • Community Service: Participates and is involved in his/her community.
  • Knowledge Acquired in or about a Field: Acquires knowledge in a sustained and/or culturally-related ways in any field. 
questionnaire

Three multiple choice questions

    • Race
    • Expected College Education
    • Most likely cause of leaving before receiving a degree
  • Three open-ended questions
    • List three goals
    • List three things you’re proud of
    • List offices held and/or groups belonged to in high school or your community
Questionnaire
questionnaire1

18 statements to be ranked

    • Strongly agree
    • Agree
    • Neutral
    • Disagree
    • Strongly Disagree
Questionnaire
scoring questionnaires

Scoring key provided for multiple choice questions and ranked statements

  • Scheme provided for scoring open-ended questions
  • Directions on how to establish interrater reliability
  • Scoring norms provided
Scoring Questionnaires
gates millennium scholars noncognitive outcomes

Over 15,000 Scholars funded

  • Freshman retention 97%; sophomore 95%
  • 5 year program retention rate 92%
  • 5 year graduation rate 79% (53% all 4yr schools)
  • 6 year graduation rate 90% (57% all 4yr schools)
  • Scholar higher education GPA mean = 3.25
Gates Millennium Scholars Noncognitive Outcomes
depaul university

Leadershipscores are a significant predictor for first-year GPA, first-year credits earned, first-year success, first- to second-year retention, second- to third-year retention and second-year academic success*.

  • Total scores are predictive of first-year GPA, first-year retention, second-year retention and second-year academic success
  • Knowledge Acquired in a Fieldcontributes to the prediction of first-year success and second-year success.
DePaul University
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