Using Feedback to Implement a Large-Scale Course Redesign Summer Institute in the California State University - Sponsored learning space design and furniture provided by Steelcase Education

Tuesday, January 30 | 9:15AM–10:00AM CT | Grand Ballroom - Bissonet, Third Floor
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Hands-On Workshop
Using strategies such as flipped classrooms, virtual labs, and supplemental instruction, combined with supportive technology, CSU faculty, organized in cohorts, adopt and adapt elements of these methodologies, documenting their redesign process and impact on students' learning in an e-portfolio. The yearlong Course Redesign with Technology (CRT) program begins with a week-long summer institute, followed by biweekly professional learning community webinars. This presentation seeks to leverage the audience, in addition to the 2017 participants' feedback, to design a more engaging 2018 institute. Come participate in an institute design and dialogue, and gain knowledge as well as access to course redesign resources.

Outcomes: Discover the CRT program and identify elements applicable to your institution's redesign efforts * Help redesign the 2018 summer institute and learn how to deliver a large and engaging week-long teaching effectiveness institute * Gain access to all resources, including over 250 e-portfolios from the CRT website


  • JP Bayard

    Director Systemwide Learning Technologies and Program Services, California State University, Office of the Chancellor
  • Kathy Fernandes

    Academic Technology Officer, California State University, Chico

Resources & Downloads

  • studentpanelvideo

    86 KB, pdf - Updated on 1/22/2024
  • ELI2018CRT 1

    12 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/22/2024
  • 2017 Summer Institute ATAGLANCE

    54 KB, pdf - Updated on 1/22/2024