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October 17, 2008. HCC 2008 CCSSE Results for Instruction. Review of CCSSE Descriptions of HCC Students Discussion of Benchmark Results Item Results Critical Thinking analysis. Outline of Presentation. Standardized survey developed by the University of Texas at Austin Created 5 years ago

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October 17, 2008

HCC 2008 CCSSE Results for Instruction


Review of CCSSE

Descriptions of HCC Students

Discussion of Benchmark Results

Item Results

Critical Thinking analysis

Outline of Presentation


Standardized survey developed by the University of Texas at Austin

Created 5 years ago

Provides information about effective practices

Self-reported descriptions of students and their situation

585 colleges have participated

38 item paper and pencil survey

What is CCSSE?


  • All Maryland Community Colleges administered CCSSE

  • At HCC

    • Second time CCSSE was administered

      • 2006 and 2008

    • 64 randomly sampled classes

      • Represented day and evening classes

    • April selected as testing window

    • Administered in-class by trained campus volunteers

2008 Administration


  • Vision

    • We aspire to make our great college even better.

  • Strategic Theme 1

    • Harford Community College Exemplifies Educational Excellence and Effectiveness

  • Strategic Theme 2

    • Harford Community College Provides Comprehensive Support to Advance Student Success

CCSSE and the HCC Strategic Plan


  • HCC Exemplifies Educational Excellence and Effectiveness.

    • Ensure a learning centered culture that fosters student success.

    • Assess, improve, and advance program design, content, and delivery of educational programs.

    • Assess, improve, and advance College policies procedures, and practices to promote successful teaching and learning.

Strategic Theme 1


  • HCC Provides Comprehensive Support to Advance Student Success:

    • Enrich support services for students throughout the college community.

    • Provide students with the appropriate services to enhance their marketability in career fields and/or ensure seamless transfer opportunities.

    • Create a campus climate where students enjoy high level of satisfaction with their college experience.

    • Enhance opportunities for personal development through superior programs and activities for students.

Strategic Theme II


Demographics

Employment

Participate in campus activities

Family obligations

Recommend HCC to others

Characteristics of Our Students


The HCC Sample


Education at HCC


Work and Family Considerations


Education Decisions/support


  • Active and Collaborative Learning

  • Student Effort

  • Academic Challenge

  • Student-Faculty Interaction

  • Support for Learners

5 Benchmark Areas linked to Student Success


HCC CCSSE Benchmark Results2006 and 2008


HCC CCSSE Benchmark Results2006 and 2008


Benchmarks – HCC and other MD Community Colleges


Benchmarks – HCC and Medium Sized Colleges


What does this tell me as a Dean/faculty member?

Where can improvements be made?

What are the areas with opportunities for improvement?

How can these findings be used to impact the HCC Strategic Plan and Divisional goals?

Questions to address when Looking at Detail within each Benchmark


ACTIVE AND Collaborative Learning(Percent Responding: often and very often)


ACTIVE AND Collaborative Learning(Percent Responding: often and very often)


Student Effort (Percent Responding: often and very often)


Student Effort (Percent Responding: often and very often)


Student Effort (Percent Responding: often and very often)


Academic Challenge (Percent Responding: often and very often)


Academic Challenge (Percent Responding: often and very often)


Student – Faculty Interaction(Percent of often and very often)


Student – Faculty Interaction(Percent of often and very often)


Student – Faculty Interaction(Percent of often and very often)


Support of Learners(Percent Responding: quite a bit/very much)


Support of Learners(Percent Responding: quite a bit/very much)


Benchmark Comparison of Full and Part time Student 2006 and 2008

2008


Benchmark Comparison Credit hours earned 2006 and 2008

2008


Benchmark Comparison of Full and Part time Student 2006 and 2008

2008


2006 Benchmark Results Full and Part time Students


2008 Benchmark Results Full and Part time Students


Items from CCSSE have been grouped to assess “Critical Thinking”

Based on input from other colleges administering CCSSE

Following slides compare 2006 and 2008 results for all students as well as for full and part time students

Using CCSSE Results to Assess Critical Thinking


Critical Thinking 2006 CCSSE – All Students


2006 Critical ThinkingFull and part time students


Critical Thinking2008 CCSSE – All Students


2008 Critical ThinkingFull and Part time Students


Comparison of 2006 and 2008 Critical Thinking


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