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NSSE 2009 Benchmark Report. National Survey of Student Engagement Alternative to USNews Based on educational research and actual student experiences Surveys first-year and senior students Five key benchmarks: Level of Academic Challenge Student Faculty Interactions

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National Survey of Student Engagement

  • Alternative to USNews
  • Based on educational research and actual student experiences
  • Surveys first-year and senior students
  • Five key benchmarks:
    • Level of Academic Challenge
    • Student Faculty Interactions
    • Active and collaborative learning
    • Enriching Educational Experiences
    • Supportive Campus Environment
  • Given by Augustana in 2003, 2006, and 2009
  • Comparative national user norms (640 institutions in 2009)
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Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education(Chickering & Gamson, 1987; Pascarella & Terenzini, 2005)

Student-faculty contact

Active learning

Prompt feedback

Time on task

High expectations

Experiences with diversity

Cooperation among students

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High Impact Practices (Wabash National Study)

Good teaching

High quality SF interactions

Out of class interactions

Interest in student development

Prompt feedback, clarity, organization

Academic challenge/high expectations

NSSE “deep learning”

Diversity experiences

Meaningful interactions

augustana context recent developments that may have impacted our nsse results
Augustana Context: Recent Developments that may have impacted our NSSE results
  • A new general education curriculum (AGES)
  • A intentional effort to increase the amount of writing and other academic efforts of first-year students
  • Introduction of an emphasis on consideration of multiple viewpoints (“They Say, I Say”)
  • CSTL and other faculty development efforts focusing on teaching techniques
  • A general increase in enrollment, requiring expansion of first-year course sections
  • Recent hiring of several new tenure track faculty and faculty fellows along with a phased retirement program for senior faculty
notes on slide conventions
Notes on slide conventions:
  • A “+” or “-” in a column designates differences that were statistically significant at a minimum level of 0.05. A blank entry indicates a difference that was not statistically significant at that level. All differences are as compared to the Augustana 2009 results for first-year students (FY) or senior students (SR).
  • First-year level differences are colored blue and senior level differences are coded orange simply as a visual clue to the level forease of reading.
  • As the presenter’s editorial notations, items that are deemed a concern are noted with a red flag, results that appear notably favorable are noted with a green star. A blue star indicates areas that research indicates are particularly correlated with high student learning outcomes.
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Hours/Wk Preparing for Class

0 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 30+

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0 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 30+

0 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 30+

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Please see handout for:

  • Student faculty out of class interactions- Does our outlier time teaching in class mean we aren’t doing the job outside of class in advising, more informal interactions with students, etc.? (page 4)
  • Student Self Reported Growth – Is there more growth reported now by students experiencing AGES? (page 9)