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Tuesday, June 5 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
From Idea to Implementation to Impact: Cultivating Collaborative Partnerships for Assessment-Driven Curricular Change

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Temple University's Fox School of Business and Management is in the second year of an ongoing undergraduate core curriculum redesign. This session describes the origins of the redesign, discusses strategies for implementation, and highlights the impact the redesign is creating on the Fox community. This discussion-based session will mimic the processes Fox used create a sense of community ownership around the undergraduate redesign, highlighting the way standardized rubrics for critical thinking and communication were created and implemented across the undergraduate core curriculum. Further, it will focus on the practices and strategies used by the Fox School of Business to engage faculty, students, staff, and employer partners in the curriculum redesign process. This session will move attendees through the three stages of redesign: Idea Generation, Implementation, and Impact, showcasing how critical thinking, communication, and quantitative reasoning skills integration and assessment continues to be woven through the undergraduate core curriculum, with a particular emphasis on how we engaged both the Fox community and external partners in each stage.

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Laura Aboyan

Assistant Director, Curriculum Management and Assessment, Temple University
Laura Aboyan is the Assistant Director of Curriculum Management and Assessment and is leading the implementation phase of the BBA Redesign Initiative at the Fox School of Business at Temple University. She has worked in program-level assessment in multiple disciplines since 2010... Read More →



Tuesday June 5, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Uintah

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