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Learner-Centered Education Course Redesign Initiative Builds upon work of prior LCE grants Will award 10-15 grants of $40,000 - $50,000, with the option.

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1 Learner-Centered Education Course Redesign Initiative Builds upon work of prior LCE grants Will award grants of $40,000 - $50,000, with the option of up to $100,000, during FY Focus: large- enrollment, multi- section courses

2 LCE CRI GOALS Adopt new ways to improve student learning outcomes Demonstrate these improvements through rigorous assessment Reduce institutional costs Free up instructional resources for other purposes Develop the internal capacity of Arizona faculty and staff to continue the redesign process

3 CRI TIMELINE Jan 2007Call to Participate issued Feb 20-21, 2007Workshop #1: Orientation to Course Redesign (on each campus) Application Guidelines issued Mar 23, 2007 Course Readiness Deadline Apr 25, 2007 Workshop #2: Developing the Proposal May-Jun 2007Course Teams Develop Final Plans Jul 1, 2007Campuses Submit Final Proposals Jul 15, 2007 Grants Awarded Fall 2007Campus Planning and Development Spring 2008Campus Course Redesign Pilots Jun 2008 Interim Campus Reports due Jun 2008Workshop #3: Mid-Course Sharing Summer 2008Campus Revisions Fall 2008Course Redesign Full Implementations March 2009Final Campus Reports due April 2009Workshop #4: Disseminating Results

4 FINAL PROPOSALS Due July 1, 2007 Application Narrative Select a redesign model: how you will embody the Five Principles Learning materials you intend to use Choose a cost reduction strategy: what you will do with the savings Timeline: pilot in spring 2008; full implementation in fall 2008

5 FINAL PROPOSALS Due July 1, 2007 Tools and Forms Assessment Forms Course Planning Tool (CPT) (Draft must be submitted by 6/22/07) Cost Savings Summary Form (CSS) Course Structure Form (CSF)

6 COURSE REDESIGN FUNDING Grant awards – Most projects = $40,000 to $50,000 – One+ projects of exceptional merit = up to $100,000 Budget requirements – Match requirement = 25% – Faculty compensation for release time only – Equipment requests are allowed – Software and licensing costs are allowed – Indirect costs should be included in the match

7 NCATS REDESIGN METHODOLOGY A Menu of Redesign Options Five Models for Course Redesign Five Principles of Successful Course Redesign Readiness Criteria Course Planning Tool Five Models for Assessing Student Learning Cost Reduction Strategies Five Critical Implementation Issues Planning Checklist

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