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Creating a Better Principle of Institutional Effectiveness. Lea. A Brown, Director Center for Academic Achievement-Testing Services East Tennessee State University [email protected] PIE. What you will learn in this session:.

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Creating a Better Principle of Institutional Effectiveness

Lea. A Brown, Director

Center for Academic Achievement-Testing Services

East Tennessee State University

[email protected]


PIE


What you will learn in this session:

  • How to clearly state what you are trying to accomplish in your department

  • Why P.I.E. is important

  • Learn about definitions of success

  • Define your definitions of success

  • Determine ways of learning about success

  • Know the degree to which you have been successful


Why PIE????

Regional accrediting associations have

expectations regarding institutional

effectiveness. This means that:

  • Institutions plan what they do according to their missions (or purposes)

  • Institutions then learn, by looking at their purposes, if they are using what is learn to do better.

  • Example:


PIE

PIE at ETSU is a process required of all academic and administrative units annually. During the process, each unit must report on how they:

  • Understand their mission,

  • Learn about the degree to which the missions are being fulfilled, and

  • Use what they learn to improve


Benefits of PIE

  • PIE helps us:

  • remember what we are trying to accomplish

  • become more aware of how our work affects others, and

  • Strive for excellence

    PIE at East Tennessee State University

    (http://www.etsu.edu/opa/pie.aspx)


Purpose or Mission

Mission statements tell us who we are and what we are about.

However, most of our colleges and universities have unclear and ambiguous missions (Birnbaum,1998).


Examples


Questions


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