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Redesigning ENG 245 British Literature Chronology. Truman State University Presented by Christine Harker and Patricia Gately, Associate Professors of English. Our Objectives in Redesigning. • Encouraging active learning • Providing students with individualized assistance

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Redesigning ENG 245 British Literature Chronology

Truman State University

Presented by Christine Harker and Patricia

Gately, Associate Professors of English


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Our Objectives in Redesigning

• Encouraging active learning

• Providing students with individualized assistance

• Establishing ongoing assessment and automated feedback

• Ensuring sufficient time on task and monitor student progress


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Implementation

  • Lecture time reduced

  • 1-hour small group discussion with UGAs

  • Online Assessment

  • Supplemental Materials Online

  • Supplemental Discussion Online







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Midterm Student Evaluations for Pilot Study

How helpful were the following in preparing students for the midterm?


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Midterm Student Evaluations FromFull Implementation Course

How helpful were the following in preparing for the midterm?


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Final Student Evaluations for Pilot Study

How helpful were the following to overall learning?


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Aesthetic Mode – Literature: Rubric for assessing learning

  • Students who successfully complete the Aesthetic Mode of Inquiry--Literature will develop and show some of the following features in their writing, observations, questions, and discussions:

  • 5-highest 1-lowest

  • 1) The ability to interpret a text by drawing on techniques of close, active, reflective reading; additionally, interpretation may include the use of primary and secondary sources and of other critical approaches

  • 5 4 3 2 1

  • 2) The ability to analyze the formal elements, such as metaphors, analogies, etc., and relationships within a text to see how authors achieve responses in readers

  • 5 4 3 2 1

  • 3) The ability to situate ideas within in historical, cultural or intellectual contexts, and/or the ability to address how literary studies may be informed by other disciplines and/or personal experience

  • 5 4 3 2 1


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Pre-Pilot

A: 13 = 29.54%

B: 12 = 27.30%

C: 14 = 31.80%

D: 4 = 9.09%

F: 1 = 2.27%

44 total students

Pilot

A: 19 = 43.48%

B: 14 = 30.43%

C: 8 = 17.39%

D: 2 = 4.35%

F: 2 = 4.35%

45 total students

Final Grades in Pre-Pilot and Pilot


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Pre-Implementation

A: 2 = 6.06%

B: 8 = 23.24%

C: 19 = 57.58%

D: 2 = 6.06%

F: 2 = 6.06%

33 total students

Implementation

A: 9 = 31.03%

B: 8 = 27.59%

C: 11 = 37.93%

D: 0 = 0%

F: 1 = 3.45%

29 total students

Midterm Grades in Pre-Implementation and Post-Implementation Courses


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Pre-Pilot

Strongly agree 15

Agree somewhat 16

Don’t agree or disagree 3

Disagree somewhat 2

Strongly disagree 0

Other 1

Pilot

Strongly agree 17

Agree somewhat 12

Don’t agree or disagree 5

Disagree somewhat 0

Strongly disagree 1

Other 0

Comparison of Student Evaluations

The course has accomplished its objectives:


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Non-redesign Course

GRAND TOTAL $18,020

Total # of students 33

Cost per student $546

Original Projected

Redesign Course

• GRAND TOTAL $12,240

• Total # of students 75

• Cost per student $163

Projected Cost Savings

  • Current Redesign Course

  • GRAND TOTAL $12,240

  • Total # of students 30

  • Cost per student $408

  • Future Redesign Course

  • GRAND TOTAL $12, 240

  • Total # of students 90

  • Cost per student $136


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