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Enhancing student learning by Improving students’ ability to think critically. Quality Enhancement Committee Meeting. February 18, 2011. Agenda. QEP Overview/Highlights Focus Activity QEC Faculty Chair. QEP Update/Highlights. 2011 Faculty Champions. Lynn Grinnell – College of Business

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Enhancing student learning by improving students ability to think critically

Enhancing student learning by

Improving students’ ability to think critically

Quality Enhancement Committee Meeting

February 18, 2011


Agenda
Agenda

  • QEP Overview/Highlights

  • Focus Activity

  • QEC Faculty Chair



2011 faculty champions
2011 Faculty Champions

  • Lynn Grinnell – College of Business

  • Nathan Heinze & Ron Greenwald – Computer and Information Technology

  • Bob Hudson & Greg Lewis – Engineering Technology

  • Shirley Collar – Health Information Management

  • TBD – Humanities & Fine Arts

  • Jim Rutledge & Carol Weideman – Mathematics

  • Carol Rasor – Public Safety Administration

  • Beth Carlson – Sign Language Interpretation

  • George Greenlee – Social & Behavioral Sciences


Initiatives

Assessment

Initiatives

Student Success

Professional

Development

Critical Thinking Resources



Focus activity what are your ideas
Focus Activity: What are your ideas?

Integration with CETL

Keeping It Going

Assessment


Qec faculty chair
QEC Faculty Chair

The QEC Faculty Chair is a full time faculty member familiar with the QEP, who devotes approximately 4 hours per week outside of their regular hours, working on the critical thinking initiative. The primary responsibility of the Chair is to lead the QEC in providing oversight and strategic direction to the QEP Team. The Chair also works closely with the QEP Director, providing expertise in critical thinking to the Faculty Champions and professional development for faculty college-wide.


Candidates
Candidates

  • Matthew BodieTarpon Springs Campus Librarian

  • David MonroeEthics Faculty Member

  • What is your area of expertise in critical thinking, and based on the job description, please expound on the accomplishment you feel the QEP has made thus far and ideas you have for its future direction.


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Enhancing student learning by

Improving students’ ability to think critically

Thank You