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GOALS

&objectives

PACT

1. Focus the campus culture on 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

student-centered pedagogy and student success. Increase student engagement, competence, and learning gains. Enable faculty-led course redesign with campus-wide resources. Network faculty through Faculty Learning Communities. Base course redesign on best practices and sound research. Reflect, assess, and share results to benefit future courses and students.

INSTRUCTION MATTERS | PURDUE ACADEMIC

COURSE TRANSFORMATION

PURDUE will be the forerunner

in transformative education.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT:

http://www.purdue.edu/impact/


IMPACT on students

COURSES transformed by college TBD SP 14

70

TECH SCI PHAR MGMT LA HHS ENGR EDUC

60 actually really enjoyed the “Idistance-learning portion of the class because I had never had a class before that used different approaches to learning such as watching videos on YouTube or doing internet scavenger hunts. I feel like that was actually a really effective way to learn because it caused my brain to think about things in a way I am not used to, or as the cliché states, ‘think outside the box’.

- IMPACTED BOILERMAKER STUDENT

50 40 30 20 10 0

SUM ʻ11

FALL ʻ11 + SPʻ12

SUM & FALL ʻ12 + SP ʼ13

FALLʼ 13 + SP ʻ14

AGR

Purdue will transform 180 core courses over the next three years.

CASE STUDIES indicate

that students earned higher grades after IMPACT than they had before redesign.

STUDENT ACADEMIC SUCCESS Consistent with previous findings, results indicated that average Course Grade was higher in the presence of a High Student-Centered Learning Environment than when the Learning Environment is perceived to be lower.

3,400 3,200 3,000 2,800 2,600 Lower Student-Centered

Higher Student-Centered

MODEL Replacement Model Supplemental Model


IMPACT Brochure