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HOW TO REDESIGN A COLLEGE-LEVEL OR DEVELOPMENTAL MATH COURSE USING THE EMPORIUM MODEL

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  Introduction
I. The Essential Elements of the Emporium Model
II. Improving on the Essentials
III. Getting Ready to Redesign
IV. How to Set Up the Lab
V. How to Make Course Policy Decisions
VI. How to Reduce Instructional Costs
VII. How to Assess Student Learning
VIII. How to Compare Completion Rates
IX. How to Address Specific Faculty Concerns
X. How to Ensure Student Participation
XI. Planning and Implementing the Redesign: A Timeline and Checklist
XII. Developing a Written Redesign Plan: Why It's Important
XIII. Building and Maintaining Consensus
   
  Appendices:
   
A. Assessment Planning Forms
  Assessment Reporting Forms
B. Completion Reporting Forms
C. Cost Planning Tool
  Cost Planning Tool Examples
  Cost Planning Tool Instructions
D. Scope of Effort Worksheet
  Scope of Effort Worksheet Instructions
E. A summary of the Emporium Model's track record of success:
  Improving Student Learning, Increasing Student Completion and Reducing Instruction Costs