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ATD Teaching & Learning Institute: Adaptive Courseware use in Gateway Courses: Lessons Learned from the Every Learner Everywhere Initiative

How can colleges use digital learning to catalyze instructional innovation and collaboration? How can faculty and students build mutually beneficial relationships around data and feedback? The lessons learned from 7 ATD Leader Colleges that participated in the Every Learner Everywhere adaptive courseware initiative will share their transformative experiences. This session will include administrator, faculty and student perspectives of the benefits and challenges of integrating active and adaptive pedagogy into gateway courses.

Dr. Ruanda Garth-McCullough, Director, Program Development, Achieving the Dream

Susan Adams, Associate Director, Teaching and Learning, Achieving the Dream

Dr. Dwayne Keeney, Associate Dean of Liberal Arts, Cuyahoga Community College

Stacey Souther, Professor and Co-Coordinator, Psychology, College-wide Faculty Development Coordinator, Cuyahoga Community College

Jennine Wilson, Every Learner Everywhere Fellow, Indian River State College

Recommended citation:

Garth-McCullough, R., Adams, S., Keeney, D., Souther, S., and Wilson, J. (2022, April 21) Adaptive Courseware use in Gateway Courses: Lessons Learned from the Every Learner Everywhere Initiative [Video] Achieving the Dream and Every Learner Everywhere. https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources/atd-teaching-learning-institute-adaptive-courseware-use-in-gateway-courses-lessons-learned-from-the-every-learner-everywhere-initiative/

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