2010 CCSSE and CCFSSE Institutional Report for Kirtland Community College
These data reflect Kirtland Community College’s CCSSE (Community College Survey of Student Engagement) & CCFSSE (Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement) administration and participation in the 2010 CCSSE Cohort. All reports are in PDF format.
Key Findings For Kirtland Community College – Developed in response to member college feedback, the new CCSSE Key Findings booklet is an individually tailored executive summary. The booklet provides college-specific data in an easy-to-read and easy-to-share format including: benchmark comparisons between your college, colleges of similar size, and the CCSSE cohort; highlights of the areas of highest and lowest student engagement at your college; results from the five CCSSE special-focus items; and CCFSSE results. To view this document please click: Kirtland Executive Summary
Nationwide Results from All Colleges All Students – To view please click:
Kirtland Community College Results – To view please click:
- Respondent Breakout Report
- All Kirtland Students Benchmarks
- All Kirtland Students Means Summary
- All Kirtland Students Frequencies Summary
- All Kirtland Students Decile Report – Deciles are percentile scores that divide the frequency of benchmark scores into ten equal groups. A percentile represents the point at or below which a specified percentage of the college benchmark scores fall. For example, the 60th percentile represents the point at or below which 60 percent of the college benchmark scores fall for the respective comparison group.
Enrollment Status (Part-time & Full-time) Results – To view please click:
Breakout by Gender Results – To view please click:
Breakout by Ethnicity Results – To view please click:
Breakout by First Generation Results – To view please click:
Breakout by Age Results – To view please click:
Breakdown by Developmental Results – To view please click:
Special Focus Questions Results on Active Learning – The five special-focus items for the 2010 CCSSE administration elicited new information about “deep learning,” pedagogical approaches that help students move beyond superficial content knowledge to deeper understandings of self and others. To view please click:
CCFSSE (Faculty responses compared to Student Responses) Results – The Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (CCFSSE) was piloted in the fall of 2004 and administered for the first time nationally in the spring of 2005 by the Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE). The CCFSSE, designed as a companion to the Community College Student Report, elicits information from faculty about their teaching practices, the ways they spend their professional time, both in and out of class, and their perceptions regarding students’ educational experiences.
The CCFSSE results will not only help member colleges identify areas of strength, but will also enable them to recognize challenges or gaps that may require further consideration. CCSSE member colleges are already using student survey results for internal review, benchmarking, and responding to accrediting agencies. The CCFSSE can be used to strengthen those endeavors and to promote faculty involvement. Furthermore, results from the CCFSSE can be used to target areas of focus for faculty development programs.
The CCFSSE report enables participating institutions to view faculty expectations and perceptions of student engagement alongside student responses. However, it is important to remember that the side-by-side tables, while illustrative, are not entirely equivalent – that is, CCSSE asks students to report perceptions and experiences across the period of the current academic year. Faculty, in contrast, are asked to describe their practices in a specific selected course, as well as to indicate their perceptions of student experiences at the college more generally.
Nonetheless, the comparisons of student and faculty responses provide a useful prompt for campus discussions, particularly in those areas where students and faculty seem to be reporting divergent
perceptions of the same experience. To view please click: