Click on the link above for an easy exercise to begin designing your High Impact Practice.
It's Easy to Get Started
“...You may be surprised to discover that you may already be incorporating high-impact practices, but you might have not identified them as such."
Jo Ellen Becco and Robin Schofield outline how High Impact Equity Practices transform the classroom and engage students.
For any questions, please contact HIPs@ppcc.edu
HIPs and the “Real-World"
"It was great to be able to actually incorporate the ideas in real like situations rather than just another lecture.” - PPCC Student in a Collaborative Projects class
HIPs and the Curriculum
"I found myself thinking that I would forget about the material, but I found that it stuck much more than any other class material.” - PPCC Student in a Service-Learning (SL) Course
HIPs and the Community
"I utilized this course knowledge to teach myself that I can actually make a difference within the community if I put the work in. This experience allowed me to understand the true nature of what it's like to belong to a community.” - PPCC student in a Service-Learning (SL) course
HIPs and Personal Growth
"I was able to talk to people that come from a different background from me and to hear about their experiences. This was able to open my eyes even to some of the biases that I myself fall victim to. I learned how to listen instead of judge.” - PPCC Student in a Diversity/Global Learning (DGL) course
Report your course(s) High Impact Practices here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FacultyHIPsFall21
This short survey asks you which High Impact Practices you are using in this semester's courses and will make sure your implementation of HIPs is recorded.
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