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Equity. Access. Excellence.

May 21-22, 2019 – Aurora, Colorado

Bring a team to this national co-requisite design workshop and create a campus-wide action plan for implementation. You will engage with research, learn best practices, and dig in to those course design factors that best fit your campus, department, and students.

Workshop sessions will focus on structures, content, pedagogy and psychosocial factors. 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. Opportunities will also be provided for collaboration with other teams.

Download the workshop agenda here.

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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
  • Advisor lead
  • Institutional researcher (optional)

What does it cost?

Institutional teams of three or more attendees: $500 / participant
Individuals: $650

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