|Course Redesign Planning Resources
NCAT has developed a number of resources to support the redesign process based on the experience gained from more than 120 large-scale course redesigns. From those 120 course redesign experiences, NCAT has learned a lot about what works well and what does not. NCAT has continued to refine its redesign methodology so that new institutions working with NCAT will benefit from the experience of institutions that have previously implemented large-scale course redesigns.
- Readiness Criteria
A set of criteria to identify those institutions and courses that are good candidates for large-scale redesign.
- Six Models for Course Redesign
A summary of the characteristics of the six course redesign models that emerged from NCAT's programs in course redesign.
Forms and Worksheets
- Assessment Forms
Forms to support comparing student learning and course completion in the traditional format to the redesigned format.
- Course Planning Tool
A planning tool to compare the elements and costs of a traditional course with its redesign implementation.
- Math Emporium FAQ
Answers to commonly asked questions about how to structure math courses using the Emporium Model from NCAT Redesign Scholars.
- Math Lectures: An Oxymoron?
A discussion of why the Emporium Model has consistently produced spectacular gains in student learning and impressive reductions in instructional costs.
For further information, please contact Patricia Bartscherer, Program Manager, pbartscherer@theNCAT.org.