Presentation on theme: "WHATS NEXT? Establish institutional teams November 19, 2007 Deadline for submitting Course Readiness Instrument January 24, 2008 Workshop #2: Developing."— Presentation transcript:
WHATS NEXT? Establish institutional teams November 19, 2007 Deadline for submitting Course Readiness Instrument January 24, 2008 Workshop #2: Developing the Proposal
WHATS NEXT? February – March 2008 Teams develop project proposals April 18, 2008 Teams submit final proposed plans May 15, 2008 Grants awarded June – December 2008 Campus planning & development
WHATS NEXT? Spring 2009 Campus Pilots June 2009 Interim Campus Reports June 2009 Workshop #3: Mid-Course Sharing Summer 2009 Campus Revisions
WHATS NEXT? Fall 2009 Campus Full Implementations March 2010 Final Campus Reports March 2010 Workshop #4: Dissemination of Results
FINAL PROPOSAL FORMAT Due April 18, 2008 Abstract Application Narrative – Redesign model: how you will embody the Five Principles – Learning materials: what you plan to use – Assessment strategy: how you plan to measure student learning – Cost reduction strategy: what you will do with the savings – Timeline: pilot in spring 2009; full implementation in fall 2009
FINAL PROPOSAL FORMAT Due April 18, 2008 Tools and Forms Assessment Forms (2) Course Completion Forms (2) Course Planning Tool (CPT) Course Savings Summary Form (CSS) Course Structure Form (CSF) A draft of your CPT will be due on 4/4/08. Grant awards will be made on 5/15/08.
http://www.theNCAT.org/R2R/R2R _Planning_Resources.htm Five Models for Course Redesign Five Principles of Successful Course Redesign Five Models for Assessing Student Learning Cost Reduction Strategies Five Critical Implementation Issues Assessment Planning Forms Course Planning Tool Course Savings Summary Course Structure Form Planning Checklist
HOMEWORK FOR WORKSHOP II Required Reading – Round I Redesigns: Lessons Learned – Round II Redesigns: Lessons Learned – Round III Redesigns: Lessons Learned – Increasing Success for Underserved Students: Redesigning Introductory Courses Draft of sheets 1 and 2 of the Course Planning Tool (CPT) – due 1/15/08. Workshop Presentation – A five-minute summary of your choice of model and how you intend to implement the Five Principles within it
COURSE PLANNING TOOL A decision-making tool that enables institutions to compare the before activities and costs (the traditional course) and the after activities and costs (the redesigned course)
THE CPT - IS IT WORTH IT? Provides a structure for you to think about activities and costs Allows you to consider changes in specific instructional tasks Permits you to visualize duplication and waste Enables you to do a cost/benefit analysis re: type of personnel per task
THE REDESIGN ALLIANCE Second Annual Conference When: March 16 – 18, 2008 Where: The Rosen Centre Hotel Orlando, Florida Hotel Reservation Deadline: February 14, 2008 Meeting Registration Deadline: February 29, 2008
CONTACT INFORMATION Carol Twigg ctwigg@theNCAT.org Carolyn Jarmon cjarmon@theNCAT.org Patricia Pietropaolo Patricia.Pietropaolo@ SUNY.edu *PLUS PCR and R2R PARTICIPANTS*
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