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APLU Adapt 2021: How to Create More Equitable Courses through a Continuous Improvement Process

Achieving student success through quality teaching takes persistence, learning through experience, and making gradual changes based on our new insights and observations. Course realignment and institutional transformation is included in changes that take time, deep reflection, and various iterations rather than a one-and-done approach. In today’s session, faculty and educational researchers describe how to create more equitable courses through: effectively taking incremental steps to refine and improve courses; evaluating the impact of pedagogical changes; centering quality research design into one’s improvement process.

Speakers: Patsy Moskal, Director of Digital Learning Impact Evaluation, University of Central Florida; Julie Neisler, Quantitative Researcher, Digital Promise; Heather Michaels, Master Instructor, Indian River State College; and Heather Belmont, Vice President of Academic Affairs/Chief Academic Officer, Indian River State College

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Moskal, P., Neisler, J., Michaels, H., and Belmont, H. (2021, December 3) APLU Adapt 2021: How to Create More Equitable Courses through a Continuous Improvement Process [Video] APLU and Every Learner Everywhere

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