May 21-22, 2020 – Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Texas
Hosted by the Charles A. Dana Center and Brookhaven College
Bring a team to this national co-requisite design workshop where participants will engage with research, dig into the design of courses that best fit your campus, department, and students, and create a campus-wide plan of action. The workshop will have multiple opportunities to customize your stage of implementation and your role in the process. Sessions will focus on structures, content, pedagogy, and psychosocial factors.
Institutional sessions include breakouts on data analysis and multiple measures placement that are customized for:
- Institutions in the early stages of implementation
- Institutions in the scaling and refining stages of implementation
Role-alike sessions include breakouts for:
- Math faculty
- Advisors, administrators and IR
A signifcant amount of team planning time, as well as opportunities to collaborate with and learn from other teams, will result in an actionable plan to take back to campus.
This workshop is not tied to any specific curriculum, but rather helps to provide actionable guidance for building successful, sustainable approaches to co-requisite course design.
Need more info?
This workshop is intended for institutional teams that are ready to dig into the work. Join us for a free pre-workshop webinar if you have questions about the research base behind co-requisite courses for gateway mathematics.
Interactive Webinar: "The Evidence for Co-Requisites"
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2020
Time: 2:00-4:00pm Central Time
Please join by videoconference from your own home or office, if possible:
Meeting ID: 683 772 344
To call in for audio, if needed: +1 669 900 6833
You did a wonderful job with the workshop. It was very beneficial to our team. We were able to get a lot of questions answered and make some great plans.
Department Chair – Math, Science, Agriculture
North Arkansas College
Who should attend?
To help ensure you leave the workshop with the most comprehensive understanding and the most effective action items, we highly recommend you attend with a team representing at least three of the following roles:
- Dean or other administrator
- Mathematics chair or lead
- At least one additional math faculty member
- Institutional researcher
What are the workshop fees?
This two-day design workshop costs $650 for an individual attendee.
The fee is reduced to $550 per attendee if part of an institutional team of three or more (see "Who Should Attend?" above).
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