Show Me the Learning: How High Impact Practices Influence Student Success
Terrel L. Rhodes
Vice President, Quality Curriculum and Assessment, AAC&U
Date: October 12, 2015
It seems as though every external higher education constituency is calling for more and better student success. Typically, this has translated to the lowest common denominator, i.e. enrollment and completion with little attention to quality of the learning. However, in the face of growing evidence that employers are concerned about learning proficiency, there is also growing evidence that engaging our students in high impact, highly effective learning enhances proficiency. This session will provide research and case studies supporting how High Impact Practices influence student success.
About the Speaker
Terry Rhodes is Vice President in the Office of Quality, Curriculum and Assessment at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) where he focuses on the quality of undergraduate education, access, general education, e-portfolios and assessment of student learning.