QEP Topic Survey

In order to gauge interest, faculty, students and staff were given a survey about the Lamar University QEP proposal. Of those surveyed, 1673 students and 187 faculty responded and the staff survey is still ongoing. The surveys given are listed below.

The surveys yielded that the majority of both students and faculty agreed that College Readiness materials should be better implemented into the core curricula. Also, faculty and students alike prefer to use outside supplementary media learning materials. Listed below are the results.

  • 45.7% of Lamar faculty polled believe that we should better implement College Readiness materials into core curricula.
  • 89.25% of Lamar faculty polled use outside media to supplement their teachings.
  • 81.24% of Lamar students polled believe that we should better implement College Readiness materials into core curricula.
  • 84.07% of Lamar students polled use outside media to supplement their learning.

So, what does this mean for WINGS? The Lamar University QEP aims to both put into place a system that implements College Readiness requirements into core curricula via switching to a Co-Requisite Model determined by Student Pathways and transitioning from traditional lecture-based classes to an Adaptive Instructional Model.

For more information, please refer to the QEP LibGuide.