Enhancing Student Engagement, Learning, and Aprs All in Five-Minutes
Purpose: The purpose of our presentation is to introduce the audience to the Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ), provide exemplar cases of how we use the CIQ in our teaching and learning practices, and provide testimonials on how the CIQ has impacted our promotion and tenure process. Methods and/or Description of Project: Speaker Introductions (5 min) Quiz & Review (15 min) • Teaching/Learning assessment techniques Background on CIQ (10 min) • Brief literature review • Assessment constructs Small group discussion on CIQ constructs (10 min) Exemplar cases (20 min) Relevance to APR (10 min) Completion of CIQ (5 min) Review of CIQ (5 min) Question and Answer (10 min) Results/Outcomes: Our participants should be able to: define CIQ, state two questions within the CIQ, paraphrase two advantages for using the CIQ, interpret a sample of CIQ student responses, and defend the use of the CIQ in an academic setting. Participants will be assessed by actual laboratory practice, case studies/problem-solving, questions and answers, and demonstrations/simulation. Conclusions/Relevance to the conference theme: At the conclusion of our presentation, the participants should be able to meet the five objectives outlined below. This topic focuses on working as a team with students using the banking concept of Paulo Friere as a philosophical underpinning to optimize student to engagement and learning. Participants will have a greater understanding on how to engage their students, receive and use student feedback, and create a student focused teaching and learning environment.