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HIPs Don't Lie: Intentional Outcomes and High Impact Practices

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Presented at the NASPA Region 1 Conference in Newport, RI - November 18, 2014

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HIPs Don't Lie: Intentional Outcomes and High Impact Practices

  1. 1. NASPA REGION 1 CONFERENCE NEWPORT, RI NOVEMBER 18, 2014 DR. CATHERINE HOLBROOK P. MAX QUINN, M.ED. High-Impact Educational Practices #HIPsDontLie @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn OUR HIPS DON’T LIE: INTENTIONAL OUTCOMES & HIGH IMPACT PRACTICES (HIPS)
  2. 2. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Participants will be able to… •Describe the eight characteristics of High-Impact Educational Practices •Analyze programs on their campus that could be a High Impact Practice •Construct ideas surrounding ways to improve High Impact Practices on their campus •Generate practical knowledge about how to take experiences they already offer students, and infuse them with the eight HIP characteristics to create a more robust and impactful student experience •Apply research to make decisions about the investment of time and resources into further developing High Impact Practices on their campuses #HIPsDontLie
  3. 3. POSITIVE EFFECTS ON STUDENT ENGAGEMENT •High Impact Practices (HIPs) create positive effects on student engagement. •Kuh (2008) says that, as educators, our role is to make it possible for every student to participate in at least two HIPs during college. “High Impact Practices are curricular and co-curricular structures that tend to draw upon high-quality pedagogies and practices in pursuit of 21st Century learning outcomes; they are teaching and learning practices that have been widely tested and have shown to be beneficial for college students..,[toward] increased rates of retention and student engagement” (Kuh, 2008) @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn #HIPsDontLie
  4. 4. FIRST-YEAR SEMINARS & EXPERIENCES COMMON INTELLECTUAL EXPERIENCES LEARNING COMMUNITIES WRITING-INTENSIVE COURSES COLLABORATIVE ASSIGNMENTS & PROJECTS UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH DIVERSITY & GLOBAL LEARNING SERVICE LEARNING, COMMUNITY-BASED LEARNING INTERNSHIPS CAPSTONE COURSES & PROJECTS DEFINED HIPS: #HIPsDontLie
  5. 5. CHARACTERISTICS OF HIPS 1.Creates an Investment of Time & Energy 2.Includes Interaction with Faculty & Peers about Substantive Matters 3.Real-world Applications 4.High Expectations 5.Includes Frequent Feedback 6.Exposure to Diverse Perspectives 7.Demands Reflection & Integrated Learning 8.Accountability @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn #HIPsDontLie
  6. 6. ADVISING ATHLETICS STUDENT MEDIA RESIDENTIAL LIFE PEER LEADERSHIP STUDENT CONDUCT STUDENT EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIOS & PERFORMANCE PHYSICAL FITNESS & WELLNESS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES / CLUBS / GROUPS #HIPsDontLie HIPS VS. HIPS
  7. 7. QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION: •How effectively do you infuse HIPs into programs, services and activities on your campus? •What are the conversations your campus has had surrounding HIPs? •What plans do you and your office/division have to increase student engagement and get them involved in a at least two HIPs? #HIPsDontLie
  8. 8. AUDIENCE ACTIVITY @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn #HIPsDontLie
  9. 9. CHARACTERISTICS OF HIPS 1.Creates an Investment of Time & Energy 2.Includes Interaction with Faculty & Peers about Substantive Matters 3.Real-world Applications 4.High Expectations 5.Includes Frequent Feedback 6.Exposure to Diverse Perspectives 7.Demands Reflection & Integrated Learning 8.Accountability @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn #HIPsDontLie
  10. 10. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS #HIPsDontLie @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn
  11. 11. #HIPSDONTLIE
  12. 12. ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES (AAC&U). RETRIEVED FROM THE WEB AT HTTPS://WWW.AACU.ORG/RESOURCES/HIGH-IMPACT-PRACTICES KEUP, J. (2013) PRESENTATION TO BRIDGEWATER STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT AFFAIRS DIVISION KUH (2008). HIGH-IMPACT EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES: WHAT THEY ARE, WHO HAS ACCESS TO THEM, AND WHY THEY MATTER. WASHINGTON, DC: ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. REFERENCES: @cholbrook357 @PMaxQuinn #HIPsDontLie

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