Five Years of Course Redesign: Lessons Learned (Innovative Practice)

Wednesday, January 20 | 4:00PM–5:00PM | Governor's Ballroom D (fourth floor)
Session Type: Professional Development
Large-enrollment undergraduate classes are an instructional ghetto in higher education. We know that hands-on experiential learning, especially in collaboration with other students, is a superior pedagogy, but how can this be provided in these classes? This panel presentation will introduce the Next Generation Course Redesign Process and will showcase courses that combine large and small group work with online activities to enhance and assess student learning outcomes. Methods to overcome the barriers to transformative institutional course redesign will be presented. Participants will be encouraged to apply lessons learned to course redesign projects on their campus.


  • Niki Dash

    Chair, Dept of Sociology, University of North Texas

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