THE CU COLLEGE OF NURSING: A CASE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL PARTNERSHIP

Posted by Jason Drysdale on Feb 6, 2018 3:21:31 PM

A few weeks ago, the CU College of Nursing (colloquially known as the CON) received a well-deserved accolade from U.S. News & World Report—recognition as the fourth best online Master’s in Nursing program in the U.S. There are so many people responsible for this incredible honor—from brilliant, engaged faculty to a fantastic student affairs and diversity team to program directors and deans who empower innovation. I’d like to focus in on a few areas of the organizational culture of the CON that contributed to this success, specifically through the partnerships that characterize the design, teaching, and learning work of the college.

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Topics: CU Online, Instructional Design, College of Nursing, partnership, Collaborative Program Design

Designing Effective Discussions

Posted by Sarah North on Oct 2, 2017 9:31:46 AM

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Topics: CU Online, Discussions, Instructional Design, faculty training, Designing Effective DIscussions,

Instructional Design: Evaluating Active Learning

Posted by Glenda Robertson on Jul 13, 2017 9:56:13 AM

 

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Topics: CU Online, Instructional Design

Designing Active Learning for the Online Classroom Part 3

Posted by Glenda Robertson on May 31, 2017 3:48:21 PM

This blog post is the third in a series about active learning course design. 

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Topics: CU Online, Instructional Design, active learning, pedagogy

Designing Active Learning for the Face-to-Face Classroom

Posted by Glenda Robertson on May 9, 2017 8:32:22 AM

This blog post is the second in a series about active learning course design.  The first post provided an evidence-based perspective on how moving from a lecture paradigm design to an active learning design improves student learning.  This second post explores how to design active learning for the face-to-face classroom.     

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Topics: Online faculty training, Instructional Design, face to face, active learning, higher education, faculty training

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