Course Redesign Stories of Success

  1. Professor Shirley Yap, CSU East Bay, describes her course redesign process to increase student success - while maintaining student learning outcomes.

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  2. Profession Shirley Yaps shares outcomes of the redesign process, the impact on student learning, and advice for others redesigning courses for greater student success.

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  3. Dr. Joseph Ross (Fresno State University) discusses reasons why, and ways in which, he applied the flipped classroom model to his Biology course. Dr. Ross has served as a Lead Faculty for Accounting-Biology-Chemistry faculty participating in the Course Redesign with Technology program.

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  4. Dr. Joseph Ross (Fresno State) discusses ways in which flipping his Biology course has had a positive impact on student engagement and learning.

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  5. Dr. Joseph Ross (Fresno State) provides recommendations when it comes to applying various technologies to your course. In addition to being a Lead Faculty for the CSU Course Redesign with Technology program, Dr. Ross is an Apple Distinguished Educator.

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Course Redesign Stories of Success

Course Redesign

The CSU is deeply committed to student success by maximizing access, reducing time to degree, improving graduation rates, and, most importantly, closing equity gaps, all while maintaining academic integrity. Since 2013-2014, over 700 faculty have been…


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The CSU is deeply committed to student success by maximizing access, reducing time to degree, improving graduation rates, and, most importantly, closing equity gaps, all while maintaining academic integrity. Since 2013-2014, over 700 faculty have been given support to develop and implement course redesign strategies using innovative technologies to combat what is referred to as “enrollment bottlenecks.” This channel provides faculty reflections on their redesign efforts and outcomes.

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