2013 National Survey of Student Engagement highlights engaged learning at Eureka
Theme #3: Effective Teaching
Students learn firsthand how experts think about and solve problems by interacting with faculty members inside and outside of instructional settings. As a result, faculty become role models, mentors, and guides for lifelong learning. In addition, effective teaching requires that faculty deliver diverse course material and provide feedback in student-centered ways. Two Engagement Indicators investigate this theme: Student-Faculty Interaction and Effective Teaching Practices. Below are views of Eureka College alongside our comparison groups.
Engagement Indicator 3a
Student-Faculty Interaction – First-Year and Senior students
Engagement Indicator 3b
Effective Teaching Practices – First-Year and Senior students
What factors are unique to the EC experience that contributed to our success in this area of engagement?
What recommendations do you have to continue improving in this area?
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