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  1. Using IDEA Reports To improve your teaching

  2. Using IDEA Reports • What’s the goal of this session?

  3. Using IDEA Reports • What’s the goal of this session? • Model the process of turning IDEA Report findings into specific ways to strengthen your course

  4. Using IDEA Reports • What’s the goal of this session? • Model the process of turning IDEA Report findings into specific ways to strengthen your course • This can occur in multiple ways:

  5. Using IDEA Reports • What’s the goal of this session? • Model the process of turning IDEA Report findings into specific ways to strengthen your course • This can occur in multiple ways: • Take fuller advantage of existing positives

  6. Using IDEA Reports • What’s the goal of this session? • Model the process of turning IDEA Report findings into specific ways to strengthen your course • This can occur in multiple ways: • Take fuller advantage of existing positives • Adjust current efforts to increase impact

  7. Using IDEA Reports • What’s the goal of this session? • Model the process of turning IDEA Report findings into specific ways to strengthen your course • This can occur in multiple ways: • Take fuller advantage of existing positives • Adjust current efforts to increase impact • Adopt a new approach to align outcomes with experiences

  8. Using IDEA Reports • Quick Review of IDEA Reports • Page 1 – a rough snapshot • PRO score • Overall score • Comparative figure (AKA Odysseus and the Sirens)

  9. Using IDEA Reports • Quick Review of IDEA Reports • Page 1 – a rough snapshot • PRO score • Overall score • Comparative figure (AKA Odysseus and the Sirens) • Page 2 – focusing on learning and student context • Individual objectives • Student contextualizing information

  10. Using IDEA Reports • Quick Review of IDEA Reports • Page 3 – linking experiences to learning • Student experience responses • Identifying key links to learning

  11. Using IDEA Reports • Quick Review of IDEA Reports • Page 3 – linking experiences to learning • Student experience responses • Identifying key links to learning • Page 4 – the final layer of detail • Student learning on all objectives • Distribution of responses on all other questions

  12. Using IDEA Reports • So where should you start?

  13. Using IDEA Reports • So where should you start? • Did I pick the “right” objectives? • Scan the results on page 2 • Check out the results on page 4 • Revisiting the 3 primary questions

  14. Using IDEA Reports • REMINDER . . . • Is this a significant part of the course?

  15. Using IDEA Reports • REMINDER . . . • Is this a significant part of the course? • Do I do something specific to help the students accomplish this objective?

  16. Using IDEA Reports • REMINDER . . . • Is this a significant part of the course? • Do I do something specific to help the students accomplish this objective? • Does the student's progress on this objective affect his or her grade?

  17. Using IDEA Reports • So where should you start? • Did I pick the “right” objectives? • Scan the results on page 2 • Check out the results on page 4 • Revisiting the 3 primary questions • How did my students’ experiences impact the objectives that I picked? • Check out the last column on page 3 • Getting the most “bang for your buck”

  18. Using IDEA Reports • Practicing on an old report • Break into small groups of 4-5

  19. Using IDEA Reports • Practicing on an old report • Break into small groups of 4-5 • Examine the question of selecting objectives (Pages 2 and 4) OR • Pick three experiences that could be improved (Page 3)

  20. Using IDEA Reports • Thoughts on selecting objectives?

  21. Using IDEA Reports • Thoughts on selecting objectives? • Thoughts on student experiences to improve?

  22. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what???

  23. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about objectives . . . • What do your students really need to learn in your course? • Think triage not transformation • In the context of your major? In the context of general education? • Be true to your vision for that course

  24. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about objectives . . . • What do your students really need to learn in your course? • Think triage not transformation • In the context of your major? In the context of general education? • Be true to your vision for that course • http://www.theideacenter.org/research-and-papers/pod-idea-center-notes-learning • 2-page papers on aligning objectives with course goals

  25. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about objectives . . . • Revisit the three primary questions • Is this a significant part of the course? • Do I do something specific to help the students accomplish this objective? • Does the student's progress on this objective affect his or her grade?

  26. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about objectives . . . • Revisit the three primary questions • Is this a significant part of the course? • Do I do something specific to help the students accomplish this objective? • Does the student's progress on this objective affect his or her grade? • Setting an appropriate bar for expectations • Do your expectations and assignments differ from other courses?

  27. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about student experiences . . . • What existing strengths might you exploit? • Where might this occur in the delivery of the course?

  28. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about student experiences . . . • What existing strengths might you exploit? • Where might this occur in the delivery of the course? • What experiences might be increased? • Where might this occur in the delivery of the course?

  29. Using IDEA Reports • Ok, now what??? • Thinking about student experiences . . . • What existing strengths might you exploit? • Where might this occur in the delivery of the course? • What experiences might be increased? • Where might this occur in the delivery of the course? • http://www.theideacenter.org/research-and-papers/pod-idea-center-notes-instruction • 2-page papers on ways to infuse experiences into courses

  30. Using IDEA Reports • Improving student experiences to achieve learning objectives

  31. Using IDEA Reports • Improving student experiences to achieve learning objectives • Students respond to a course when they see a connection between the skills that the course teaches and the advantages they might gain by applying those skills to achieve their future plans or aspirations

  32. Using IDEA Reports • Improving student experiences to achieve learning objectives • Students respond to a course when they see a connection between the skills that the course teaches and the advantages they might gain by applying those skills to achieve their future plans or aspirations • Students respond to a course when they know how to match their out-of-class efforts with faculty expectations and align their work with the way that they will be evaluated