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Post-project Assessment

Independent mentored project - Post project assessment

There is a plethora of research on the benefits of having a mentored relationship with a professor and being engaged together in an independent scholarly or creative project. To be sure HPU students are experiencing those same benefits as the literature indicates we need to assess the experiences of our students. Hopefully, you completed the assessment survey about your skill sets and experience with research or creative works at the start of your project. Here we follow up with similar questions at the end of your project as well as questions about your perceptions of the experience so we have data on how the experience of doing mentored work impacted your undergraduate experience. Please be as honest as you can about your skills. Your data are confidential and no one will know your individual answers.
  • If you have more than one major, please select the major that reflects your mentored project.
  • The project topic is how we will we will identify your research over time. If you have more than one project on a related topic, please make sure the topic reflects some difference so we can differentiate your projects.
  • Directions

    Please answer the first two questions on a 5 point scale where 5 is the highest rating and 1 is the lowest score.
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  • Directions

    Please answer the following questions about yourself on a 5 point scale where 5 means Always and 1 is Never. There is also the option to say the question does not apply to you (N/A).
  • COMMUNICATION
  • CREATIVITY
  • AUTONOMY
  • ABILITY TO DEAL WITH OBSTACLES
  • PRACTICE AND PROCESS OF INQUIRY
  • NATURE OF DISCIPLINARY KNOWLEDGE
  • CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING
  • UNDERSTANDING ETHICAL CONDUCT
  • INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT
  • CULTURE OF SCHOLARSHIP
  • CONTENT KNOWLEDGE SKILLS/METHODOLOGY/TECHNIQUES
  • CONFIDENCE
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  • These last questions are open-ended answers. For one you are asked to prepare a summary of your work and upload it.

Contact Us

Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613
Email: urcw@highpoint.edu

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