The Curriculum Change short course is designed to support leaders with planning for a curriculum change process. During the course expect:
- opportunities to work with other leaders on change processes,
- one-to-one support from an educational developer who specializes in curriculum development,
- to create an action plan to use in your own curriculum change,
- to develop materials you can use to lead your own processes, like a curriculum action plan and communications materials.
Audience: Anyone leading or co-leading a curriculum initiative or program review, including curriculum committee chairs, undergraduate/graduate programming chairs, department heads, and Associate Deans Academic.
Format: A mix of meeting together online and completing materials on your own, plus two short meetings with a Curriculum Developer.
Learning Charter Connections to the University Community Commitments:
- Offer high quality programs and activities for learning and discovery.
- Create mechanisms for ongoing quality enhancement of all programs and courses.
- Define transparent programmatic milestones expected of students in all pursuits of learning.
Timing: 5 sessions, 1.5 hours each, plus a small amount of asynchronous work
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