Facilitate Student-Centered Course Redesign

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Facilitate Student-Centered Course Redesign

A growing body of research shows how changes to the classroom experience can measurably improve student learning, retention, graduation rates, and post-graduation outcomes. Large required courses with failure rates as high as 30-60% can create retention and time-to-degree issues for hundreds or even thousands of students at a single institution. Unfortunately, highly effective, engaging pedagogy remains the outlier in many programs, and faculty often lack the knowledge of student-centered course redesign.

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