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Unformatted text preview: tate, or national elections and contributing to the welfare of their community welfare Civic Engagement Civic American Democracy Project (ADP) The ADP was developed by the American The Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the New York Times to learn more about increasing civic engagement by students engagement Approximately 12,000 students at 32 Approximately AASCU schools responded to an additional 18 civic engagement questions 18 Civic Engagement Civic The vast majority considered the The environment, health care, and human rights to be at least “somewhat” important rights Women students considered religion, Women healthcare, safety/security, and civil rights to be more important than men do rights Civic Engagement Civic About 25% of first-year students and About 37% of seniors have voted in an election either on- or off-campus either Only about 10% had contacted public Only officials about an issue; and less than 10% had organized a petition, volunteered for a political campaign, or ran for an elected position ran Civic Engagement Engagement •Percent of students responding to civic engagement experimental items Civic Engagement Civic Deep Learning Deep Students are capable of more than Students traditional pedagogical methods can tap traditional Deep learning allows for a more Deep complete learning experience complete Three types of deep learning Higher-order learning Integrative learning Reflective learning Deep Learning- examples Deep Deep Learning Deep Students who scored higher on deep learning: Gained more in general education, practical Gained knowledge and skills, and personal/social development development Participated more often in enriching educational Participated activities activities Perceived their campus as more supportive of their Perceived academic and social needs academic Were more satisfied with their overall educational Were experience experience Seniors, full-time students, those at liberal arts Seniors, colleges, as well as those majoring in arts, humanities, and social sciences humanities, Students scoring higher on deep learning also made Students better use of their time, with more time spent on schoolwork, at jobs, participating in co-curricular activities and less time socializing activities Deep Learning Deep Time Spent per Week in Selected Activities by Deep Learning Quartile Faculty Survey of Student Engagement Engagement Faculty Survey of Student Engagement Engagement Designed...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ED 590 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Spring '09 term at Tarleton.

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