SEP Practices Library:
Practices to Foster Academic Engagement & Growth

The SEP Practices Library contains practice recommendations that instructors can use in their courses to bolster student engagement and increase equity in academic outcomes.

The following evidence-based practices provide instructors with guidance on how to provide critical feedback in a way that promotes student engagement and learning.

Creating an Attuned Assessment Wrapper: Resources for developing a practice that helps students prepare for, and debrief, key assessments in a way that emphasizes potential for growth, connects to resources, and does not inspire identity threat

Creating a Wise Feedback Framing Statement: Guidance on delivering critical feedback in a way that engenders trust, increases academic engagement, and helps close academic outcome gaps

Helping Students Develop Self-Efficacy in Your Course: Approaches instructors can use to help bolster students' belief in their ability to do well in their current course

Supporting Self-Efficacy by Integrating Self-Relevance and a Sense of Purpose into Your Course: Approaches to help students see their coursework as relevant to their own experiences and their future goals

 

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The SEP Practices Library has been developed by CTC (© 2020) through the Student Experience Project.
Copying or
reproducing this resource is prohibited.

Help us improve the SEP Practices Library!
Use the Practices Library Feedback Form to provide feedback on the change practices you have tried,
and to provide suggestions for improving the library over time.

Email contact@ctcteam.org with any questions.