Teaching & Learning Tip #11: Do We Really Know Our HSU Students?
Tip #11: Do We Really Know Our HSU Students?
What if it were true that HSU seniors….
- Spent an average of 15 hours per week preparing for class
- 60% received prompt and detailed feedback from faculty
- 82% rated their educational experience as “excellent” or “good”
- 8 out of 10 reported that they experienced high-impact practices (pedagogy, hands-on, service learning, capstone, etc.)
- About 64% seniors and 78% of first year students indicated they 'never' or 'sometimes' discussed course ideas, concepts or other course related things outside of class with faculty
- Over 90% are Millennials/Generation Y (born between 1980-2000)
What if it were true that HSU faculty...
- 64% spent between 1-4 hours per week on improving their teaching
- About 37% are Baby Boomers (born between 1943-1964), about 38% are Generation X (born between 1965-1979) and about 25% are Millennials/Generation Y (born between 1980-2000)
If these were true...what does this mean and how might we think about learning and student engagement in new ways? Come find out about these and other important data to bust the myths and corroborate the findings this Friday, November 3, in Goodwin Forum 9:00 - 11:00 am. Dr. Lisa Castellino, Associate Vice President of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, will share the findings from HSU’s participation in the 2017 Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) (perceptions of instructional staff) and how this contextualizes the student responses to the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).
Did you miss the NSSE presentation in September? Watch the recording: NSSE Presentation by Dr. Lisa Castellino