Tuesday, June 5 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Redesign and Shine: Using Assessment to Help Tell Your Course Redesign Story

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Assessment plays an important role for measuring the impact of course redesign on teaching and learning compared to the traditional lecture method. Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELTA) at North Carolina State University provides financial and staff resources to help faculty achieve the redesign of large gateway courses and critical path courses that serve as foundation studies for students to successfully transition to more advanced study. This poster will provide an overview of DELTA's findings (data and interpretations) that showcases how the successful redesign of specific STEM courses (Statistics, Engineering, Chemistry, Math, Physics) is helping improve attrition rates; increasing access to required courses; helping increase student engagement in face-to-face class and laboratory sections; addressing the need to cope with increasing enrollment demands; and investigating the use of technology to achieve more efficient and effective instructional methods.

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Traci Temple

Director, Planning & Assessment, NC State University
Traci Temple, Director for DELTA Planning and Assessment, provides leadership and strategic direction to DELTA's Senior Management in research, assessment, and evaluation for DE services, programs and courses. Traci is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the College of Design, teaching... Read More →
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Chris Willis

Assistant Director, DELTA Planning & Assessment, NC State University - DELTA
Chris Willis, Assistant Director for DELTA Planning and Assessment, leads the evaluation and assessment of course redesign and educational technology projects to demonstrate ways in which technology, pedagogy, and teaching best practices support student success and engagement. He... Read More →

Tuesday June 5, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Ballroom A&B

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