When Faculty Focus on Belonging, Student Experiences and Grades Improve, Report Finds

by Laura Spitalniak The Student Experience Project partnered with 295 educators at six universities across the country — Colorado State University, University of Colorado Denver, Portland State University,  the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the University of New Mexico and the University of Toledo. It surveyed 10,000 students each term about their experiences in the classroom. Researchers emphasized the importance of faculty when developing best practices to create an environment conducive to student success. “When campuses create learning environments designed to promote social belonging, students are more likely to take advantage of campus resources and actually succeed at the […]
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