ACE released a white paper as part of the Council’s collaboration with Strada Education Network in January 2017 on the relationships between improved classroom instruction and the impact on student outcomes, such as student engagement and satisfaction, and degree attainment.
This webinar, hosted on January 24, 2017 discussion of the results of the paper is a conversation between the author, Natasha Jankowski, director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes and Assessment (NILOA) and Steven Taylor, associate director of academic innovation at ACE. The conversation focuses on the five points of intersection between instruction and student outcomes: transparency, pedagogical approaches, assessment, self-regulation, and alignment. Other key topics discussed include ways the academy might approach equipping the growing number of part-time faculty with evidence-based techniques to more effectively support students; these include more scaffolded approaches to faculty development and in institutional investment in faculty development. The paper and dialog also highlight the connection between students’ level of engagement and completion rates and satisfaction with their educational experience. Follow the directions below to view the entire webinar for free.
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