QEP Update - St. Petersburg College

Embarking on the
“From this process, I’ve learned that the
types of questions that we were to
consider were nothing of the ordinary
that I am used to. It made me think a lot
more into the article by the questions
that were asked of me. My thinking
process expanded, because of the kinds
of questions it included.”
Enhancing student
learning by improving
students’ ability to
think critically
College of Education
Dental Hygiene, Health Services, & Orthotics & Prosthetics
Ann McNicol
Nancy Watkins
Maureen Mahoney
Jane Till
Early Childhood
Anne Sullivan
Student Life Skills
Michael Earle
Kim Molinaro
Valerie Carter
Emergency Medical Services
Bill Ballo & Martin VanBourgondien
Funeral Services
Gary Brown
Hospitality & Tourism Management and Parks & Leisure
Larry Goldsmith
Human Services
Cheryl Kerr
Medical Laboratory Technology
Business Technologies
Natural Science
Holly Hoopes
Bonnie Jefferis
Chad Mairn
Mika Nelson
Cathy King
Sarah Moseley
Paralegal Studies
Christy Powers
Valerie Polansky & Mitch Watrous
Monica Lara
Physical Therapist Assistant
Mary Hanlon & Barb Heier
Todd VanAuken
Respiratory Care
Steven Hardt
Veterinary Technology BAS
Cynthia Grey & Wendy Rib
Veterinary Technology AS
Ginny Price
2011 Academic Roundtables
Humanities & Fine Arts
Social Science
Business Administration
International Business
Management and
Organizational Leadership
Public Policy and
Public Safety Administration
Sustainability Management
Technology Management
Architectural Design and Construction
Aviation Maintenance Management
Business Administration
Computer Networking
Computer/Web Programming and Analysis
Crime Scene Technology
Criminal Justice Technology
Digital Arts, Media and Interactive Web Design
Drafting and Design Technology
Emergency Administration and Management
Engineering Technology
Environmental Science Technology
Financial Services
Fire Science Technology
Healthcare Informatics
Health Information Management
Industrial Management Technology
Information Tech (IT) Security
Insurance Services
Music Industry/Recording Arts
Photographic Technology
Sign Language Interpretation
Technology Management
Web Site Design & Management
Pick a Faculty Champion
Faculty member
 Leader
 Willing to teach others
 Interested in critical thinking
 Open to change
 Time (approx. 2 hours/week, $tipend)
Form an Academic
Roundtable (ART)
6-12 Faculty and Staff
 Lead by Faculty Champion
 Meet regularly
 Work together
 Motivated
Attend the 2011 Critical
Thinking Retreat
Friday, January 28
 Natural Habitat Park and
Environmental Center,
Seminole Campus
Evidence-Based Teaching
Enhancing student learning by
Improving students’ ability to think critically

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