- Employee Selection
- Cognitive Ability Tests
- Personality & Integrity Tests
- Knowledge & Skills Tests
- Quality Care Inventory (QCI)
- Entry-Level Accounting Skills Assessment
- Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST)
- Wonderlic Basic Skills Test - Non-Proctored (WBST-NP)
- Wonderlic Advanced Skills Test (WAST-NP)
- Wonderlic Interactive Skills Evaluation (WISE)
- Automated Essay Scoring
- Hay Aptitude Test Battery
- Prescreen & Interview Questions
- Automated Reference Check
- Employee Engagement Survey
- Student Assessment
- Course Placement
- Course & Program Mastery Assessments
- Stakeholder Satisfaction Surveys
- Job Placement Assessments
Take Charge of Change: The Link Between Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes
Wonderlic and the Imagine America Foundation (IAF) have teamed up to identify the key influencing factors of student satisfaction, academic achievement, and gainful employment. Findings from our joint research project were revealed in our presentation at the APSCU Annual Convention, and several articles summarizing some of the goals and results have been published on our blog and in Career College Central.
At the heart of our research is developing educational benchmarks that can be used to help future students have the best overall educational experience. Our analyses clearly demonstrate that student engagement has the greatest impact on educational outcomes.
Student engagement occurs when students make a significant, psychological investment in their learning and take pride in incorporating what they learn into their lives.
It is perhaps not surprising that engaged learners have more positive educational outcomes. Indeed, students who invest in their learning demonstrate great success. However, it may be surprising that programs can do a great deal to increase student engagement.
Wonderlic and IAF are hosting a series of three free, one-hour webinars to discuss the most meaningful discoveries from our research project. It is our hope that by sharing our knowledge, you will be better equipped to make sustainable improvements in your programs. In addition, this is a great opportunity to share with us and your fellow colleagues any lessons you have learned that have helped shape student achievement at your school.
We look forward to your participation.
Please Note: You must register for all three webinars individually to see the complete series.
Student Characteristics: Who is Likely To Be
an Engaged Learner?
September 26, 2012 at 2:00pm EST/11:00am PST
- Who is likely to achieve academic success?
- How should we match students to programs?
- Once students enroll, how do we keep them in our program?
Enrolling the right students is critical to improving your program retention rates and guiding successful students to gainful employment. In the first webinar we will provide an introduction to our research and we will discuss student characteristics that drive student engagement and educational outcomes.
School Characteristics: How Do Schools Drive
October 17, 2012 at 2:00pm EST/11:00am PST
- What can we do now to improve student outcomes?
- Why is it important to benchmark our progress?
- When and how do we start engaging students?
Student perceptions about the enrollment process, admissions representative, advisor, faculty, classes, and campus resources all play a vital role in affecting student engagement. In the second webinar we will discuss school characteristics that drive student engagement and educational outcomes.
Tying It All Together and Next Steps: A Bright
Outlook for Engaged Students
November 14, 2012 at 2:00pm EST/11:00am PST
- What is our reward for improving student and school characteristics?
- What is the first step towards improvement?
- How do we know that our program is making improvement?
Both student characteristics and school characteristics impact student engagement. In this webinar we will compare educational outcomes between engaged and disengaged students. Which of the following do you think is affected by Student Engagement?
- Grade Point Average
- Attendance rate
- Intention to repay student loans
- Perceptions of programs
- Graduation rate
- Employment status