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Curriculum Change in Trying Times

  • November 19, 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM


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The trying teaching and budgetary times brought in by the pandemic have underlined even more the need to have a curriculum that is flexible, engaging for students, and interdisciplinary, no matter what the mode of delivery. Institutions are still pressed by accrediting agencies and constituents to ensure that they are delivering their education missions. 

In this interactive  workshop, veteran administrators and faculty who have been involved with the Reacting to the Past Endeavor Grant project will provide insights from that effort. The panel will share the grant process to initiate and sustain a curriculum discussion that they developed with the mixed faculty/administrator teams from 20 institutions who participated in three Reacting Endeavor workshops,  discuss lessons learned, and respond to questions and concerns participants have about issues on their own campuses. 

Dr. John M. Burney (former Reacting Consortium Chair and CAO at Loras College and Doane University) will chair the session and be joined by Dr. Gretchen Galbraith (SUNY-Potsdam), Dr. Nick Proctor (Simpson College), Dr. William Woods (Schreiner University)  as well as veterans from Reacting Endeavor Schools. We will conclude by exploring ways in which the Reacting Consortium can help you advance curriculum discussions at your institutions.

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