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  1. The Chicken Lady’s SoTL Project…Jackie B. Hoffman, Ph.D.North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NCDepartment of Poultry Science In honor of Alix… 1) Stand up 2) Get your wings ready 3) Shake it! www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UV3kRV46Zs

  2. Technology Concentration • rural background • very basic science background • aspire to work in the poultry industry in animal production and management SoTL Research Question:Is it possible to utilize case studies as an intervention to improve student engagement of two distinct student populations in an Introductory Poultry Science Course? • Science Concentration • urban/suburban • advanced science background • aspire to become veterinarians/researchers • Engagement Intervention • case studies • framed in the context of an industry based problem that has a physiological causation factor

  3. Experimental Design: Cross-Over

  4. Assessments: • Class demographics- student survey (qltv/qtv) • External evaluator: M.S. Agricultural Education - will conduct behavioral observations of instructor and students each semester to profile classroom interactions, individuals’ behaviors etc. (qltv/qtv) • Class attendance (qtv.) • Class participation (student-initiated vs. instructor-requested) (qltv/qtv) • Office hour visits (qtv) • Attendance at optional exam review sessions (qtv) • Improvement in exam grades (qtv) • Bloom exams to assess level of cognition (qtv)