Developing a Web-basedInstructional Moduleto Assist Students inUnderstanding the FinancialAid Satisfactory AcademicProgres...
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Audience QuestionWhile enrolled in college did you applyfor or receive any type of financial aid?Including Pell grants or ...
Audience QuestionFor those who answered yes…did youknow that you were required to complywith your schools SAP policy and d...
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__0My Story
199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__01993 Maui Community College1st year college studentSAP Status: EligibleSAP Knowledge: N...
199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__01994 Maui Community CollegeStopped AttendingSAP Status: EligibleSAP Knowledge: NoneMy S...
199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__02003 Maui Community CollegeReturned to CollegeSAP Status: Financial Aid ProbationSAP Kn...
19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2007 Maui Community CollegeContinuing CollegeSAP Status: SAP Appeal ApprovedSAP Knowled...
19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2009 UH Maui CollegeContinuing College / Working as aFinancial Aid Student MentorSAP St...
19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2010 UH MānoaBegin OTECSAP Status: New StudentSAP Knowledge: I am knowledgeable about i...
19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2012 – 2013Still learning!_5_0My Story
Problem StatementThe purpose of this instructional designproject was to develop a web-basedmodule to explain the Financial...
Target AudienceSpring 20133,968 Students Enrolled
Target AudienceSpring 20133,968 Students EnrolledFemale 65%Male 35 %
Target AudienceSpring 20133,968 Students EnrolledFemale 65%Male 35 %27 yrs. average age< 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 %< 18 ...
Spring 20132,771 Accepted Federal Aid2,355 Received Pell3,968 Students70%AcceptedAidTarget Audience
Spring 20132,771 Accepted Federal Aid2,355 Received Pell3,968Students70%Accepted Aid85%ReceivedPellTarget Audience
AcademicCertificateAssociateDegreeBachelorDegreePursuing Academic Certificates to Bachelor DegreesTarget Audience
AcademicCertificateAssociateDegreeBachelorDegreePursuing Academic Certificates to Bachelor DegreesTarget Audience
AcademicCertificateAssociateDegreeBachelorDegreePursuing Academic Certificates to Bachelor DegreesTarget Audience
Module Design
1. VideoModule Design
1. Video2. Info ButtonModule Design
1. Video2. Info Button3. TextModule Design
1. Video2. Info Button3. Text4. Quick Quiz QuestionsModule Design
 Short videos Included animationModule Design
Module Design Led to detailedinformation
 Text supported video contentModule Design
Module Design Facilitated student interaction/engagement Provided instant feedback
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative Evaluation
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpert
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialA...
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialA...
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialA...
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialA...
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialA...
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative Evaluation3students
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationSkipped parts ofthe module3st...
Didn’t watchvideosFormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationSkipped par...
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementwith TargetPopulationFormative Evaluation
FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementwithTargetPopulationFormative Evaluation17Participantscompletedmodule
Data Results33830 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18
Data Results
Percentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalquestions.The SAP information contained in themo...
Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal QuestionsPercentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalque...
Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal QuestionsPercentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalque...
Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal QuestionsPercentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalque...
Data ResultsResponse to Preferred Media Question23%12%12%53%The module delivered the SAP Information via video and text. D...
SuccessConclusion
Success15 of 17Knew the 3 majorSAP criteriaConclusion
Success15 of 17Knew the 3 majorSAP criteria16 of 17Identified their SAPstatusConclusion
Success15 of 17Knew the 3 majorSAP criteria16 of 17Identified their SAPstatus16 of 17Will make betteracademic decisionsCon...
Conclusion
Conclusion
finaidsap.weebly.comDavileigh Kahealani Nae`oleTCC 2013, April 18
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  • Aloha everyone, mahalo for being here. My name is Davileigh Kahealani Naeole and through my presentation this evening I be sharing with you a little bit about my experience as well as the results of Developing a Web-based Instructional Module to Assist UH Maui College Students with the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy Process
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • This next quesMajority “No” – that’s what I expectedMajority “Yes” – I’m glad to see we have an informed group heretion is a two part question and only answer with a green check mark if you can say yes to both…so for those who answered yes to the previous question…
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • SAP is an acronym that you’ll be hearing alot during this presentation and it stands for
  • Since my project was motivated by my own personal experience as a student as well as in the work I do now with college students; I wanted to quickly share my own SAP story.
  • 1993
  • 1994
  • 2003: On probation but after about a year my completion rate improves so I’m eligible for aid; up until 2007
  • 2007: In 2007, I learn that I have to do SAP appeal, it’s approved
  • 2009: I get a SAP over ride, finish school, and graduate in Summer 2010
  • 2010: I start at a new institution and a higher degree and I am eligible for aid
  • 2013: Even now I am still not an expert, the gap represents the information that I was corrected by my SME’s. Many of the students I work with now have a similar story in that until it affects them they are unaware of the policy.
  • Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College.
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • Many students at the University of Hawai`i Maui College (UHMC) receive some form of financial aid. According to UHMC’s Financial Aid Officer as of March 2013, 70% (2,771) of the students enrolled accepted the Federal aid they were offered; of those that received aid 85% (2,355) got Pell Grants (C. Bio, personal communication, March 4, 2013). Upon receiving aid the student inevitably accepts the responsibility of complying with the UH Maui College SAP policy. However, most students are not aware that such a policy exists until they are placed on financial aid suspension. Furthermore, by the time the student becomes responsive to the policy they are usually suspended from receiving aid and cannot afford the tuition expense. “Academic research confirms the importance of financial aid” (Executive Office of the President, 2009, p. 1). Thus, the purpose of this instructional design project was to develop a web-based module to explain the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for students at UH Maui College. 3,968Students enrolledFemale 65%, Male 35 %96% Pay Resident Tuition27 yrs. Average age&lt; 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 % At UHMC student degree levels span from Academic Certificates to Bachelor Degrees. Figure 1 below shows a snapshot of selected characteristics of Maui College students from Spring 2013. It illustrates that a good portion of the population is made up of non-traditional students, meaning that these students generally work while attending school, have delayed enrollment into college from high school, and are supporting others. Therefore, aid is even more crucial to the success of this student population . Figure 1 Selected Characteristics of UH Maui College Studentshttps://www.hawaii.edu/institutionalresearch/openingEnrollmentDemographics Make sure the title for the figure matches APA requirements (or TCC template requirements).
  • The module design included consistent web pages…each page included four major components
  • 4. Quick Quiz Questions section
  • 4. Quick Quiz Questions section
  • 4. Quick Quiz Questions section
  • 4. Quick Quiz Questions section
  • video, average 2 minutes long, the shortest was 1 minute the longest was 4 minutesIncluded animation to keep it engaging
  • Info text buttons lead to detailed information text (actual docs)
  • Text supported and clarified video content
  • Quick Quiz Questions required student interaction and engagement
  • Formative EvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sParticipants skipped over parts of the moduleListened, but didn’t watch the video. Explored the other parts of the page i.e. Quick Quiz QuestionImplementation with Target Population
  • Web design expert
  • One – on – ones: One-on-one sessions were conducted and the notes recorded by the researcher were beneficial. One of the main observations noted was that in all 3 sessions each of the participants skipped either some or part of the module. They also all played the video but did not actually watch the videos. It appeared that they listened while exploring other parts of the page, sometimes scrolling down to the Quick Quiz Questions at the bottom and other times searching and reading the text.
  • One-on-one sessions were conducted and the notes recorded by the researcher were beneficial. One of the main observations noted was that in all 3 sessions each of the participants skipped either some or part of the module. They also all played the video but did not actually watch the videos. It appeared that they listened while exploring other parts of the page, sometimes scrolling down to the Quick Quiz Questions at the bottom and other times searching and reading the text.
  • One-on-one sessions were conducted and the notes recorded by the researcher were beneficial. One of the main observations noted was that in all 3 sessions each of the participants skipped either some or part of the module. They also all played the video but did not actually watch the videos. It appeared that they listened while exploring other parts of the page, sometimes scrolling down to the Quick Quiz Questions at the bottom and other times searching and reading the text.
  • Web design expert
  • Web design expert
  • Students Understanding of SAP
  • Students Understanding of SAP
  • In the end
  • In the end
  • In the end
  • In the end
  • In the end
  • Successfully explained what SAP is to students The information I learned from the module will help me to make better choices regarding my academic career.
  • Successfully explained what SAP is to students The information I learned from the module will help me to make better choices regarding my academic career.
  • Successfully explained what SAP is to students The information I learned from the module will help me to make better choices regarding my academic career.
  • Successfully explained what SAP is to students The information I learned from the module will help me to make better choices regarding my academic career.
  • One of the main lessons learned during this research project was the need to work closely with the Financial Aid Officer to ensure that the information is current and accurate. Also, if I could offer one tip for anyone else considering a similar project it would be to write better scenario questions so that application of knowledge can be more accurately assessed.
  • One of the main lessons learned during this research project was the need to work closely with the Financial Aid Officer to ensure that the information is current and accurate. Also, if I could offer one tip for anyone else considering a similar project it would be to write better scenario questions so that application of knowledge can be more accurately assessed.
  • Mahalo again for joining me this evening
  • Tcc sap presentation final

    1. 1. Developing a Web-basedInstructional Moduleto Assist Students inUnderstanding the FinancialAid Satisfactory AcademicProgress Policyfinaidsap.weebly.comDavileigh Kahealani Nae`oleTCC 2013, April 18
    2. 2. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    3. 3. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    4. 4. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    5. 5. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    6. 6. Audience QuestionWhile enrolled in college did you applyfor or receive any type of financial aid?Including Pell grants or Federal loans= No = Yes
    7. 7. Audience QuestionFor those who answered yes…did youknow that you were required to complywith your schools SAP policy and did youknow what the criteria was?= No = Yes
    8. 8. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    9. 9. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    10. 10. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    11. 11. Satisfactory Academic Progress
    12. 12. 199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__0My Story
    13. 13. 199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__01993 Maui Community College1st year college studentSAP Status: EligibleSAP Knowledge: NoneDidwellMy Story
    14. 14. 199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__01994 Maui Community CollegeStopped AttendingSAP Status: EligibleSAP Knowledge: NoneMy Story
    15. 15. 199319942013My SAPknowledge10__5__02003 Maui Community CollegeReturned to CollegeSAP Status: Financial Aid ProbationSAP Knowledge: I learn a little about it 0DidwellMy Story
    16. 16. 19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2007 Maui Community CollegeContinuing CollegeSAP Status: SAP Appeal ApprovedSAP Knowledge: I learn more about it5_0DidwellMy Story
    17. 17. 19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2009 UH Maui CollegeContinuing College / Working as aFinancial Aid Student MentorSAP Status: SAP OverrideSAP Knowledge: I learn more about it_5_0My Story
    18. 18. 19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2010 UH MānoaBegin OTECSAP Status: New StudentSAP Knowledge: I am knowledgeable about it_5_0My Story
    19. 19. 19931994201310__5__0My SAPknowledge2012 – 2013Still learning!_5_0My Story
    20. 20. Problem StatementThe purpose of this instructional designproject was to develop a web-basedmodule to explain the Financial AidSatisfactory Academic Progress Policy forstudents at UH Maui College.
    21. 21. Target AudienceSpring 20133,968 Students Enrolled
    22. 22. Target AudienceSpring 20133,968 Students EnrolledFemale 65%Male 35 %
    23. 23. Target AudienceSpring 20133,968 Students EnrolledFemale 65%Male 35 %27 yrs. average age< 18 13 %18 – 21 26 %22 + 61 %< 18 yrs13%18 – 21 yrs26%22 + yrs61%Age of Audience
    24. 24. Spring 20132,771 Accepted Federal Aid2,355 Received Pell3,968 Students70%AcceptedAidTarget Audience
    25. 25. Spring 20132,771 Accepted Federal Aid2,355 Received Pell3,968Students70%Accepted Aid85%ReceivedPellTarget Audience
    26. 26. AcademicCertificateAssociateDegreeBachelorDegreePursuing Academic Certificates to Bachelor DegreesTarget Audience
    27. 27. AcademicCertificateAssociateDegreeBachelorDegreePursuing Academic Certificates to Bachelor DegreesTarget Audience
    28. 28. AcademicCertificateAssociateDegreeBachelorDegreePursuing Academic Certificates to Bachelor DegreesTarget Audience
    29. 29. Module Design
    30. 30. 1. VideoModule Design
    31. 31. 1. Video2. Info ButtonModule Design
    32. 32. 1. Video2. Info Button3. TextModule Design
    33. 33. 1. Video2. Info Button3. Text4. Quick Quiz QuestionsModule Design
    34. 34.  Short videos Included animationModule Design
    35. 35. Module Design Led to detailedinformation
    36. 36.  Text supported video contentModule Design
    37. 37. Module Design Facilitated student interaction/engagement Provided instant feedback
    38. 38. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative Evaluation
    39. 39. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpert
    40. 40. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialAidExpert
    41. 41. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialAid ExpertEducationExpert
    42. 42. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialAid ExpertEducationExpertPointed outdistractingeffects
    43. 43. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialAid ExpertEducationExpertPointed outdistractingeffectsStressed the“Why SAP isimportant”
    44. 44. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationWebDesignExpertSME:FinancialAid ExpertEducationExpertPointed outdistractingeffectsStressed the“Why SAP isimportant”
    45. 45. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative Evaluation3students
    46. 46. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationSkipped parts ofthe module3students
    47. 47. Didn’t watchvideosFormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementationwith TargetPopulationFormative EvaluationSkipped parts ofthe module3students
    48. 48. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementwith TargetPopulationFormative Evaluation
    49. 49. FormativeEvaluationExpertsOne-on-One’sImplementwithTargetPopulationFormative Evaluation17Participantscompletedmodule
    50. 50. Data Results33830 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18
    51. 51. Data Results
    52. 52. Percentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalquestions.The SAP information contained in themodule is useful to me94%I feel that this information is important forme to know88%The information I learned from themodule will help me to make betterchoices regarding my academic career.94%I understand the consequences of failingto meet SAP94%I understand the remedies available tome if I fail to meet SAP100%Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal Questions
    53. 53. Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal QuestionsPercentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalquestions.The SAP information contained in themodule is useful to me94%I feel that this information is important forme to know88%The information I learned from themodule will help me to make betterchoices regarding my academic career.94%I understand the consequences of failingto meet SAP94%I understand the remedies available tome if I fail to meet SAP100%
    54. 54. Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal QuestionsPercentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalquestions.The SAP information contained in themodule is useful to me94%I feel that this information is important forme to know88%The information I learned from themodule will help me to make betterchoices regarding my academic career.94%I understand the consequences of failingto meet SAP94%I understand the remedies available tome if I fail to meet SAP100%
    55. 55. Data ResultsResponse to Attitudinal QuestionsPercentage of students who answeredagree or strongly agree for attitudinalquestions.The SAP information contained in themodule is useful to me94%I feel that this information is important forme to know88%The information I learned from themodule will help me to make betterchoices regarding my academic career.94%I understand the consequences of failingto meet SAP94%I understand the remedies available tome if I fail to meet SAP100%
    56. 56. Data ResultsResponse to Preferred Media Question23%12%12%53%The module delivered the SAP Information via video and text. Did you preferone medium over the other?No, I have no preferenceYes, I preferred learning theinformation via videoYes, I preferred learning theinformation via textI preferred learning theinformation using both media(video & text)
    57. 57. SuccessConclusion
    58. 58. Success15 of 17Knew the 3 majorSAP criteriaConclusion
    59. 59. Success15 of 17Knew the 3 majorSAP criteria16 of 17Identified their SAPstatusConclusion
    60. 60. Success15 of 17Knew the 3 majorSAP criteria16 of 17Identified their SAPstatus16 of 17Will make betteracademic decisionsConclusion
    61. 61. Conclusion
    62. 62. Conclusion
    63. 63. finaidsap.weebly.comDavileigh Kahealani Nae`oleTCC 2013, April 18

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