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Why Course Redesign is the Bee’s Knees (Extremely Good) for Developmental Education 
December 4, 2014   1:00pm - 2:00pm
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0.10 CH  
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"Course redesign" has become a buzzword in Developmental Education. Instructors are seeking ways to move students through their course work more quickly and to create pathways that result in improved retention and persistence. From flipping the classroom, to increasing contextualization, to aligning syllabi to state standards, redesign is a "bee in our bonnet" these days. We'll explore why course redesign is important, some examples of the models in use, and tips for getting started.

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