OFIE | CCSSE: Community College Survey of Student Engagement

CCSSE – Call for Volunteers The college calls upon the support from the faculty whose class has been selected to allow CCSSE to be administered in the classroom. Support student voice! Support student engagement! Support CCSSE! Qiong Jia from the Office for Institutional Effectiveness (OFIE) is the CCSSE coordinator on campus this year. This year’s CCSSE administration features active involvement of teaching faculty, counselors, and staff. A total of 21 faculty and staff volunteered to administer the survey in 79 of their colleagues’ classes. To volunteer as a CCSSE administrator, please contact Qiong Jia at ofie@hawaii.edu. See the classes selected […]

Created December 12, 2014 by bbotbyl

In spring 2014, more than 80 faculty and staff participated in the 2014 CCSSE administration and more than 1000 students were surveyed. Results are being compiled and analyzed at this time and will be used to establish the 2014 baseline for student engagement, as part of the college’s increasing commitment to student engagement, learning, and achievement. Key Findings The Key Findings report provides college-specific data in an easy-to-read and easy-to-share format including benchmark comparisons between your college, top-performing colleges, and the CCSSE Cohort. It also highlights aspects of highest and lowest student engagement at your college, as well as results […]

Created December 12, 2014 by bbotbyl

2014 CCSE Survey Season Now CCSSE, which stands for Community College Survey of Student Engagement, is a project conducted through the UH Community College System, in an effort to understand and improve student engagement at the community colleges. Seventy-nine classes from Kapi’olani Community College were randomly selected by the CCSSE national research team, the highest number of classes selected in history at the college. The CCSSE survey administration starts from 2/27 and end at 5/2. This years CCSSE features: large number of class selection, active faculty/staff involvement, and ability to link student engagement and achievement. Another feature of this year’s […]

Created December 12, 2014 by bbotbyl

Created December 12, 2014 by bbotbyl

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