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Developing a QEP that is Relevant to the Institutional Vision and Mission. Dr. Robert R. Bell, PRESIDENT Dr. Leo McGee, Associate Vice-President Dr. Barry S. Stein, Director of Planning Tennessee Technological University. SACS/COC 2005. Overview. Building an Effective QEP Team

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Developing a qep that is relevant to the institutional vision and mission

Developing a QEP that is Relevant to the Institutional Vision and Mission

Dr. Robert R. Bell, PRESIDENT

Dr. Leo McGee, Associate Vice-President

Dr. Barry S. Stein, Director of Planning

Tennessee Technological University

SACS/COC 2005


Overview
Overview Vision and Mission

  • Building an Effective QEP Team

  • Developing a Vision & Strategic Plan

  • Stages of QEP Development

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Building an effective qep team important characteristics
Building an Effective QEP Team Vision and MissionImportant Characteristics

  • Commitment to Institution

  • Open to opinions of others

  • Willing to try new ideas and not intimidated by change

  • Energetic, task oriented, and congenial

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Leadership skills
Leadership Skills Vision and Mission

  • An Engaged President

  • Recognition of QEP as a Useful Strategic Goal

Other Skills


Tennessee technological university
Tennessee Technological University Vision and Mission

  • Enrollment

    • 7255 Undergraduate

    • 2058 Graduate

  • Employees  2000

  • Budget = $127,296,800


Alignment of planning tasks the perfect storm
Alignment of Planning Tasks Vision and MissionThe Perfect Storm

University Vision

SACS QEP

Student Learning

New State Planning Requirements

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Development process a three year effort
Development Process Vision and MissionA Three Year Effort

New

Vision & Mission

New Strategic

Plan

TTU

QEP


Developing a vision pitfalls to avoid
Developing a Vision Vision and MissionPitfalls to Avoid

  • Excluding Important Constituents

  • No Real Focus – No Real Implications

  • Slogans without Substance


Developing a vision
Developing a Vision Vision and Mission

Broad Campus & Alumni Involvement

Core Idea


Examine strengths weaknesses and opportunities
Examine Strengths, Weaknesses, and Opportunities Vision and Mission

Strengths

Student Perceptions of University

Employer Perceptions of Graduates

Dedicated Faculty

Research Powerhouse

Athletics Powerhouse

Funding


Emergence of a ttu theme
Emergence of a TTU Theme Vision and Mission

Outstanding Student Success

Dedicated

Faculty

Quality

Graduates

Public Ivy Experience


How far to reach regular goals or stretch goals
How Far to Reach Vision and MissionRegular Goals or Stretch Goals


Ttu vision
TTU Vision Vision and Mission

“TTU will be one of the best universities in the nation through a commitment to the life-long success of our students”


Implications of vision
Implications of Vision Vision and Mission

Increased Alumni Involvement & Giving

Life-long Success

Students’

1st Choice

National Recognition

Improved Community/Regional/State Success


Vision Vision and Mission

Life-long Success of Our Students

Strategic Focus

Increase Alumni Engagement

Increase Student Engagement

Increase External Support

Increase Awareness of Success

QEP - Improve Student Learning


Organizational structure
Organizational Structure Vision and Mission

Leadership Team

Compliance Committee

QEP Committee

Steering Committee

University


Qep committee composition
QEP Committee Composition Vision and Mission

Assessment/Planning Expert

Students (2)

Faculty (7) - Innovators in Teaching & Service

(all academic divisions)


Elements of a successful qep
Elements of a Successful QEP Vision and Mission

Improving Student Learning

Broad Campus Involvement

Effective Methods of Assessment

Supports Vision/ Goals of Institution

Supported by Research Findings

Identified Weakness


Goals of qep committee
Goals of QEP Committee Vision and Mission

Identify

Weaknesses in

Student Learning

Suggest

Topics &

Strategies

Vision

Improved

Life-long

Success


Phase I Vision and Mission

Identify Weaknesses with Assessment Data

Employer Surveys

Teaching Evaluations - Objectives Selected

Teaching Evaluations - Progress Ratings

Enrolled Student Surveys

Alumni Surveys

General Education Test Results


Employer survey
Employer Survey Vision and Mission



Phase ii maximizing involvement in process
Phase II Vision and MissionMaximizing Involvement in Process

Focus Groups

QEP Topics

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Creative Thinking

Communication

Teamwork Skills

Life-long Learning

SGA

Faculty Senate

Feedback

Deans’ Council

SACS Steering

Committee


Feedback on qep topics skills graduates need for success
Feedback on QEP Topics Vision and MissionSkills Graduates need for Success

# 1 for Faculty = Critical Thinking

# 1 for Students = Real World Problem Solving

# 1 from Employer Survey = Problem Solving


Narrowing the qep focus maximizing participation
Narrowing the QEP Focus Vision and MissionMaximizing Participation

Improve critical thinking/real world problem solving skills through the use of active learning strategies.

  • With emphasis on communication skills

  • With emphasis on teamwork skills

  • With emphasis on creative thinking


Phase iii requesting unit participation
Phase III Vision and MissionRequesting Unit Participation


Phase iv analysis of campus input what was learned
Phase IV: Analysis of Campus Input Vision and MissionWhat was Learned:

  • Areas of emphasis broadened participation

  • Some Units Submitted Good Ideas

  • Some Units did not


Adjustments to process
Adjustments to Process Vision and Mission

Stimulate More Faculty Involvement

Teaching/learning Enhancement Grants for Faculty/Staff

  • Replicate TTU’s Best Practices in New Areas

    • Incentives for sharing best practices and mentoring


Thank you

Thank You Vision and Mission

SACS/COC 2005


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