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Using the LEP (Leadership Environment Preferences) Assessment to Validate Perrys Theory of Intellectual and Ethical Development. Laura Sensenig Gwendolyn Williams Michael Montgomery April 20, 2009. Nine Positions. Basic Duality Dualism (Multiplicity Pre-Legitimate) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Using the LEP (Leadership Environment Preferences) Assessment to Validate Perrys Theory of Intellectual and Ethical DevelopmentLaura SensenigGwendolyn WilliamsMichael Montgomery

    April 20, 2009

  • Nine PositionsBasic Duality Dualism (Multiplicity Pre-Legitimate)Early Multiplicity (Multiplicity Subordinate)Late Multiplicity (a. Multiplicity Coordinate b. Relativism Subordinate) Contextual Relativism Commitment Foreseen7)Initial Commitments8)Orientation in Implications of Commitment9)Developing Commitments (Perry, 1981 as cited in Rapaport, 1982)

  • Four FramesDualism- (Moore: Position 2)

    Multiplicity- (Moore: Position 3)

    Relativism- (Moore: Position 4)

    Commitment in Relativism- (Moore: Position 5)(King, 2006)

  • (Thoma, 1993) Transitioning

  • Hypothesis / Predictions Freshmen : learning methodologies reflect more basic and co-dependent structures of cognitive thinking such as dualism and early multiplicity. (Positions 2-3)

    Seniors : learning preferences reflect more mature cognitive positions such as late multiplicity and/or relativism. (Positions 3-4)

  • An objective, recognition-task instrument developed by William S. Moore, Center for the Study of Intellectual Development (1987).

    Initially designed and validated based upon the qualitative research done on Perrys intellectual and ethical development model (1981)

    According to the preliminary longitudinal studies (Moore, 1989), there is a predicted upward trend in cognitive performance from the freshmen year to the senior year.

    Addresses five domains which include course content, the roles of instructors and peers, classroom atmosphere and activities, and course evaluation. Learning Environment Preferences(LEP)

  • Methodology Survey Monkey: distributed via email. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=r5z0BTzUdFt_2fO7Yj_2bhOxuQ_3d_3d

    Five domains, 13 questions each.

    Results collected Friday, April 3rd through Friday, April 10th.

    Data sent to Dr. Moore @ CSID for analysis/scoring.

  • StudentsCLASS: 8 Freshmen, 8 Seniors

    GENDER: 7 Male, 9 Female

    RACE: 7 White 3 Asian (Indian/S.Asian, Vietnamese) 2 Hispanic/Mexican-American 1 each: African-American, biracial, international (Malay), N/A

    MAJOR: 4 HOD (two combined with Comm. Studies / English) 3 PolySci (one combined with Econ) 3 Psychology, each combined with Spanish/Geology/English 1 each: English, Bio, Chem, MCB, ChemEng, Pre-nursing

  • Results(Scored by William S. Moore, CSID)

    Gender Chart

    2.52.63

    33

    Female

    Male

    Perry Position - Male/Female

    Race Chart

    2.672.5

    33

    White

    Minority

    Race/Ethnicity Comparison

    Differences by Major

    2.52.67

    33

    Science Majors

    Non-science

    Major - Sciences v. Non Science

    Perry v. CCI Position

    2.63.2

    33.3

    Perry Position

    CCI Position

    Sheet1

    IDClassSexPositionCCI positionCCI numberMajor designationAgeInternationalRace/ethnicityMajor

    769101352FreshmanFemale33307SC19NoWhiteMolecular and Cellular Biology

    767920263FreshmanFemale23315Non18NoAsianHOD/Communications Studies

    767393006FreshmanFemale33.5355SC19NoIndian/South AsianBiology

    767370137FreshmanFemale22.5243SC18Nowhitepre-nursing

    766463657FreshmanMale33.5337Non19Nowhitepolitical science and economics

    766305488FreshmanMale34373Non19NoAfrican AmericanPolitical Science

    766129430FreshmanMale2.53326SC18Novietnamesepsychology/geology

    767419442FreshmanMale23300SC18YesMalayChemical Engineering

    768285493SeniorFemale33.5357SC22NobiracialChemistry Honors

    768191743SeniorFemale33.5356Non22NoN/APolitical Science

    767778177SeniorFemale44397Non21NoMexican-AmericanHonors Psychology/ English

    767040622SeniorFemale33300Non21NoWhiteEnglish

    766349562SeniorFemale22.5241Non22NoHispanicPsychology, Spanish

    767444254SeniorMale32.5280Non21NowhiteHOD

    767346818SeniorMale33.5350Non22NoCaucasianHuman & Organizational Development

    766824221SeniorMale33.5363Non22NowhiteHOD and English

    Gender Chart Data

    FreshmenSenior

    Female2.532.56253.1875

    Male2.63333.25

    FreshmenSenior

    White2.673

    Minority2.53

    FreshmenSenior

    Science Majors2.53

    Non-science2.673

    FreshmenSenior

    Perry Position2.63

    CCI Position3.23.3

    LEP DATA WITH RESULTS

    IDClassRace/ethnicityMajorSexAgeInternationalFORMULASContent1Content2Content3Instruct1Instruct2Instruct3Student1Student2Student3Classroom1Classroom2Classroom3Evaluation1Evaluation2Evaluation3PositionCCI positionCCI number

    769101352FreshmanWhiteMolecular and Cellular BiologyFemale19No813121251312112123141233307

    767920263FreshmanAsianHOD/Communications StudiesFemale18No891269104711131013923315

    767393006FreshmanIndian/South AsianBiologyFemale19No13485123481181395833.5355

    767370137Freshmanwhitepre-nursingFemale18No49131312211131310121022.5243

    766463657Freshmanwhitepolitical science and economicsMale19No1381121311121391310112533.5337

    766305488FreshmanAfrican AmericanPolitical ScienceMale19No128312511121910471312734373

    766129430Freshmanvietnamesepsychology/geologyMale18No691216541111958472.53326

    767419442FreshmanMalayChemical EngineeringMale18Yes3151365711381167823300

    768285493SeniorbiracialChemistry HonorsFemale22No4512912116131111138138533.5357

    768191743SeniorN/APolitical ScienceFemale22No1811101112126478131311933.5356

    767778177SeniorMexican-AmericanHonors Psychology/ EnglishFemale21No11751196125611051311744397

    767040622SeniorWhiteEnglishFemale21No4812312591163139413933300

    766349562SeniorHispanicPsychology, SpanishFemale22No134131221213121414722.5241

    767444254SeniorwhiteHODMale21No8431013491314814932.5280

    767346818SeniorCaucasianHuman & Organizational DevelopmentMale22No841191312121198111131033.5350

    766824221SeniorwhiteHOD and EnglishMale22No5121312108491010312109733.5363

    Mode881212121212111113101473

    Mean7797787810569678

    Note: for 4 subjects, position 4 points of 0, yet there are points in position 5.

    Show a scatter chart by gender, class, possibly use transition slide to plot on top

    How does a student's major affect results: freshmen taking core courses

  • Transitioning(Thoma, 1993) SeniorFreshman

  • Results(Scored by William S. Moore, CSID)

    Gender Chart

    2.52.63

    33

    Female

    Male

    Perry Position - Male/Female

    Race Chart

    2.672.5

    33

    White

    Minority

    Race/Ethnicity Comparison

    Differences by Major

    2.52.67

    33

    Science Majors

    Non-science

    Major - Sciences v. Non Science

    Perry v. CCI Position

    2.63.2

    33.3

    Perry Position

    CCI Position

    Sheet1

    IDClassSexPositionCCI positionCCI numberMajor designationAgeInternationalRace/ethnicityMajor

    769101352FreshmanFemale33307SC19NoWhiteMolecular and Cellular Biology

    767920263FreshmanFemale23315Non18NoAsianHOD/Communications Studies

    767393006FreshmanFemale33.5355SC19NoIndian/South AsianBiology

    767370137FreshmanFemale22.5243SC18Nowhitepre-nursing

    766463657FreshmanMale33.5337Non19Nowhitepolitical science and economics

    766305488FreshmanMale34373Non19NoAfrican AmericanPolitical Science

    766129430FreshmanMale2.53326SC18Novietnamesepsychology/geology

    767419442FreshmanMale23300SC18YesMalayChemical Engineering

    768285493SeniorFemale33.5357SC22NobiracialChemistry Honors

    768191743SeniorFemale33.5356Non22NoN/APolitical Science

    767778177SeniorFemale44397Non21NoMexican-AmericanHonors Psychology/ English

    767040622SeniorFemale33300Non21NoWhiteEnglish

    766349562SeniorFemale22.5241Non22NoHispanicPsychology, Spanish

    767444254SeniorMale32.5280Non21NowhiteHOD

    767346818SeniorMale33.5350Non22NoCaucasianHuman & Organizational Development

    766824221SeniorMale33.5363Non22NowhiteHOD and English

    Gender Chart Data

    FreshmenSenior

    Female2.532.56253.1875

    Male2.63333.25

    FreshmenSenior

    White2.673

    Minority2.53

    FreshmenSenior

    Science Majors2.53

    Non-science2.673

    FreshmenSenior

    Perry Position2.63

    CCI Position3.23.3

    LEP DATA WITH RESULTS

    IDClassRace/ethnicityMajorSexAgeInternationalFORMULASContent1Content2Content3Instruct1Instruct2Instruct3Student1Student2Student3Classroom1Classroom2Classroom3Evaluation1Evaluation2Evaluation3PositionCCI positionCCI number

    769101352FreshmanWhiteMolecular and Cellular BiologyFemale19No813121251312112123141233307

    767920263FreshmanAsianHOD/Communications StudiesFemale18No891269104711131013923315

    767393006FreshmanIndian/South AsianBiologyFemale19No13485123481181395833.5355

    767370137Freshmanwhitepre-nursingFemale18No49131312211131310121022.5243

    766463657Freshmanwhitepolitical science and economicsMale19No1381121311121391310112533.5337

    766305488FreshmanAfrican AmericanPolitical ScienceMale19No128312511121910471312734373

    766129430Freshmanvietnamesepsychology/geologyMale18No691216541111958472.53326

    767419442FreshmanMalayChemical EngineeringMale18Yes3151365711381167823300

    768285493SeniorbiracialChemistry HonorsFemale22No4512912116131111138138533.5357

    768191743SeniorN/APolitical ScienceFemale22No1811101112126478131311933.5356

    767778177SeniorMexican-AmericanHonors Psychology/ EnglishFemale21No11751196125611051311744397

    767040622SeniorWhiteEnglishFemale21No4812312591163139413933300

    766349562SeniorHispanicPsychology, SpanishFemale22No134131221213121414722.5241

    767444254SeniorwhiteHODMale21No8431013491314814932.5280

    76734

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