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Lorain County Community College Macroeconomics/Microeconomics Course Redesign Mary Jane Pasky Coordinator of Distance Learning email@example.com (440) 366-7684
Getting Started Administrative support Received $40,000 grant from OLN Reasons for selecting Macro/Micro Selected faculty - course content expert
Getting Started Selecting a Team Create a Timeline Develop an Assessment Plan – Pre/Post Tests – Offer Parallel Courses Design of the Course
Student Success Annual Cost Per Successful Student Macroeconomics Annual Cost per Successful Student $86.25 $58.48 $0.00 $20.00 $40.00 $60.00 $80.00 $100.00 Land-BasedRedesign
Generating Buy-In Presentation by Carolyn Jarmon, NCAT on LCCC campus Distance Learning Design Team Presentations to Faculty and Administration Enhancement Funding Grant for Academic Transformation
Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) Responsible for redesign grants and projects Faculty-to-Faculty generates buy-in Remain flexible Redesign of sections leads to whole course redesign
Lorain County Community College Elyria, Ohio Course Redesign How to Get Started Presenter: Dr. Karen Wells
Academic Transformation/Course Redesign Vincent J. Granito, Ph.D. Chair, Center for Teaching Excellence Assistant Professor, Psychology.
REDESIGNING GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY at Frostburg State University Dr
Transforming the Academy by Empowering the Faculty Dr. Jacqueline F. Moloney, Dean of University College Dr. Mary Beaudry, Director of the Faculty Teaching.
Developing New Instructional Roles in a Large Enrollment Online Course The National Center for Academic Transformation Course Redesign Alliance Conference.
Learner-Centered Education Course Redesign Initiative Builds upon work of prior LCE grants Will award grants of $40,000 - $50,000, with the option.
Web-Enhanced, Blended or Online - Do Options Increase Student Success? 35th Annual AMATYC Conference Las Vegas, NV November 13, 2009 Mariana Coanda & Marcial.
Intentional Course Design CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE Home LEADERSHIPBENEFITSPRORITIESPROCESS CURRENT STATE NEXT STEPS QUESTIONS ? Image Credit:
Fundamentals of Online Course Design: A Model for Faculty Development Valerie West Rich Hernandez Mary Mauldin The Medical University of South Carolina.
EXCITING NEW OPPORTUNITIES Strategic Innovation Fund Global Water Center Innovation Campus.
Coordinator of Assessment Coordinate assessment efforts on campus Maintain the NCCC General Education Assessment Plan Collect assessment results from course.
Online Internal Grant Process: An Effective Means to Infuse and Sustain General Education Goals University of Delaware Martha Carothers Catherine Davies.
3 Developmental Math Courses Basic Math, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra 6 College Level Math Courses College Algebra, Statistics, Finite Math.
Maintaining the Community College Mission: Partnerships with Universities are the Key Dr. Mary Graham Dr. Jason Pugh Dr. Jerome Gilbert Graham.
Responding to the changing landscape: The Innovative Learning Institute Jeremy Haefner, Provost September 2012.
Innovative Instruction Transformation Team Jeffrey Bartkovich, Monroe Community College Kim Scalzo, SUNY Center for Professional Development Carey Hatch,
AQIP Quality Checkup Visit Six Sigma Annette McIver Project Coordinator Human Resource Development/ SkillsMAX March 14, 2008.
General Psychology Redesign Challenges and Solutions Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Getting Started with Course Redesign Lead Speaker: Carolyn Jarmon, Vice President, National Center for Academic Transformation Participants: Beverlee Drucker,
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