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Discussion 2 Innovation/Translation: Pedagogical Considerations for Conversion and Conversion-Plus. Pedagogical Considerations for Conversion Dr. Kevin Baaske, Chair, Academic Senate. Requirements. GE minimum of 45 units Major minimum of 36 units Bachelor’s no more than 120 units
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An Opportunity for Creative Thinking about Curriculum and Programs
Curriculum MappingIdentifying in which course(s) the program’s outcomes are Introduced, Developed and Mastered.This allows you to see if there are any gaps, repetitions, or absences in the new curriculum.
A Better Constructed SLOStudents will identify an issue, develop an arguable thesis about the issue, locate relevant supporting evidence, analyze the evidence, and draw a well-supported conclusion.
A Poorly Constructed SLOOur program provides students with opportunities to learn about contemporary problems in the field.(From a university in the Midwest.)
A Better Constructed SLOStudents will evaluate the challenges associated with solving a contemporary biological problem, the importance of finding a solution for the problem, and the validity of the scientific evidence currently used in pursuit of solutions for the problem.
Other considerations Accreditation issues, CTC requirementsInterdisciplinary programsArticulation issues- with community colleges, other 4-year institutions TMC programsOpportunities for writing and the development of writing skillsPedagogy considerations – high impact practices
Consultation with faculty on course and syllabus design and curriculum mapping
Retreat materials on best practice
Course Redesign Institute/Academy
Online Teaching and Learning Institute
Faculty Learning Community on 101
Reducing Bottlenecks Initiative
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Course Redesign: Considerations for Faculty who want to Begin AgainDenise Herz, Professor and Director, School of Criminal Justice and Criminalistics
Our Students’ Technology Use and Expectations: Considerations for Course RedesignBeverly Bondad-Brown, Ph.D.Associate Director for Educational Technology CETL
Educause Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) Annual Survey of Undergraduates
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