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  • Publication Alert AALHE Intersection! Connecting High Impact Practices (HIPs) to Student Self-Efficacy

    Last week, our article “Connecting High Impact Practices and Student Self-Efficacy: Social Cognitive Theory as a Window into Student Growth,” was published in Intersection: A Journal at the Intersection of Assessment and Learning, which is the official journal of the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE). This methodology paper combines the literature of HIPs with SCT and presents research tested in an undergraduate sociology class during the pandemic. Within the study, we share our HIPs framework, rubric, and instrument for capturing pre/post-self-efficacy, all created and managed within AEFIS, all-in-one assessment management platform.
  • Reimagining Academic Improvement

    Not too long ago … ok, eight years ago, I started working as a sociology professor at Lincoln Land Community College. Having already taught in…

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