Research based approaches that:
- enhance the quality of learning, student engagement and retention,
- employ distance learning as a major or partial component of the course, and
- reduce overall costs.
|Need some help writing your proposal?
||Contact Aimee Dickinson|
|Who can apply for a Course Redesign?
Although the selection committee's focus will remain on the 30 highest enrollment courses at LCCC, other courses are now being considered.
30 Highest Enrollment Courses click here
|What makes a successful proposal?
Principles of Course Redesign
The proposed projects should support the five principles of successful course redesign:
- redesigning the whole course
- encouraging active learning
- providing students with individualized assistance
- building in ongoing assessment and prompt (automated) feedback
- ensuring sufficient time on task and monitoring student progress.
Criteria for Course Redesign Project Awards
Proposals are evaluated based on Criteria for Course Redesign Project Awards (100 point total).
|How do I apply?
Those interested in submitting a final proposal for Spring 2013 must:
Complete the proposal form by February 22nd or April 12th, including the budget calculation form. (see below for appropriate form).
a. Current year: Faculty and Adjunct forms
b. Upcoming year: Faculty and Adjunct forms
If your proposal form is submitted in the spring
- Award letter late Spring/early Summer
- Research following Summer/Fall
- Pilot Spring
Final Report submitted 60 days after project's completion. Copy of Final Report made available as a sample to future applicants in the Center for Teaching Excellence office in the Barbara and Mike Bass Library/Community Resource Center.
|How can I get more information?
There are two ways to get more information:
Attend the Professional Development Workshop where experts will assist in answering questions about your Course Redesign idea or proposal. This workshop will be held February 15th from 2:30-3:30pm.
Contact Aimee Dickinson email@example.com or x7876, Coordinator of Enhancement Redesign Projects and CTE Co-Chair.
|What courses have been funded in the past?
- ECNM 152 Microeconomics Professor David Amos, 2005
- ECNM 151 - Macroeconomics, Professor David Amos, 2006
- PSYH 151 - Introduction to Psychology, Professor Vincent Granito, 2006
- PLSC 156 - American National Government, Professor Dorinda Smith, 2006
- BIOG 115 - Body Structure and Function, Professor Janis Thompson, 2007
- SDEV 101 - College 101, Professor Laurie Grimes, 2007
- MTHM 021 - Pre-Algebra, Professor Jeff Koleno, 2007
- ENGL 012 - Writing Review, Professor Heather Kichner, 2007
- PSYH 251 - Human Growth and Development, Professor James Jordan, 2007
- CHMY 161 - General, Organic and Biochemistry I, Professor Terrence Green, 2008
- HSTR 161 - United States I, Professor David Amos, 2008
- HSTR 162 - United States II, Professor David Amos, 2008
- SOCY 151 - Introduction to Sociology, Professor Aimee Dickinson, 2008
- PEFT 151 - Lifetime Fitness, Professor Doug Herdon, 2009
- BIOG 121 - Anatomy and Physiology I, Professor Janis Thompson, 2009
- MTHM 151 - College Mathematics, Professor Bubnick, 2010