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2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Saturday, April 17, 2021.
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Gainesville campus | Robinson Ballroom A

Final Reports and Celebration 

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Monday, March 29, 2021.
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Monday, March 29, 2021 session:
Coaching Session: Finalizing Project Planning
(Each small group will investigate their selected HIP with coaches)

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Monday, March 22, 2021.
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Monday, March 22, 2021 session:
Assessment of Student Progress in each HIP

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Monday, February 22, 2021.
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Monday, February 22, 2021 session:
HIP Tasks and Scaffolding for Student Comprehension

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Monday, January 25, 2021.
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Monday, January 25, 2021 session:
Coaching Session: Teaching Contexts, Essential Readings, and Resources for each HIP
(Each small group will investigate their selected HIP with coaches) 

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Monday, November 30, 2020.
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.|
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Monday, November 30, 2020 session:
Skills and Knowledge: Using VALUE Rubric and Taxonomies for Design

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Monday, October 26, 2020.
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Monday, October 26, 2020 session:

Coaching Session: Sharing Project Ideas and Planning 
(Each small group will investigate their selected HIP with coaches) 

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment. 

2020-2021 HIP Academy (Private)

Saturday, September 12, 2020.
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Blackboard Collaborate in D2L 

Topic for Saturday, September 12, 2020 session:

Introduction to Assignment Design for Undergraduate Research, Service Learning, Work-based Learning (Internships), and Capstone
Retreat and Kickoff Celebration 

  • High-Impact Educational Practices: Ensuring Quality 
  • Projects and Aspirations 
  • Introduction to Assignment Design for Undergraduate Research, Service Learning, Work-based Learning (Internships), and Capstone 

The purpose of this academy is to help faculty refine skills that are essential to their own and their students’ success in the classroom:  

  • Design (or redesign) of a project, or projects equivalent to 51 hours of student engagement in one of three High-Impact Practices (Undergraduate Research, Work-based Learning [Internships], or Capstone), or 21 service hours in Service Learning  
  • Apply educational taxonomies to be intentional about student learning outcomes 
  • Implementing the ideals and practices of the Association of American Colleges and Universities initiative for a 21st century education, entitled Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) 
  • Articulate the qualities of the assignment or project that qualify it as a HIP

This academy is a collaborative faculty development program from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, and the Office of Academic Engagement. 

Upon successful completion, faculty members will receive a certificate marking this significant accomplishment.