High-Impact practices (HIPs) are student centered and faculty driven when instructors actively engage their students in learning. Through engagement in in their learning, students see increased success in the university. It is these practices that are highlighted in UCO’s Central Six and Transformative Learning mission.
There are ten practices that have been shown to improve academic performance with students in higher education and include:
For more information about each of these practices, please see this helpful handout, High-Impact Educational Practices.
Additional information can be found with our office and the following source: