High impact practices (HIPs) are evidence-based teaching and learning practices that have been widely tested and shown to be beneficial for college students from many backgrounds, especially historically underserved students, who often do not have equitable access to high-impact learning (Kuh, 2008).
HIPs are positively associated with:
Source: Kinzie, Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research UWGB, 2012
Kuh and O’Donnell, writing for AAC&U, were the first to identify eight key elements which seem to make HIPs effective:
Kuh, G., & O'Donnell, K. (2013). Ensuring quality & taking high-impact practices to scale. American Association of Colleges & Universities.
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