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Progress During Provost's Teaching & Learning Summit, October 24-28, 2011

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  • We are grateful to the 388 Summit registrants for their interest in Collaborating…For a Change. If you were unable to attend given other competing commitments, note that podcasts are available (see below).
  • Written comments from participants have been compiled, and will serve to set the agenda for the next stage of revision to the draft proposal.
  • Participants' input focused primarily upon implementation issues.
  • Regular updates will continue to be available on the General Education Reform website and in this weekly e-mail blast.

Summit Speakers
Podcasts are available for the following Summit sessions (click on the heading "Summit Speakers" above):

  • Ken O'Donnell: Collaborating…For a Change
    A "visionary, inspiring, thought-provoking, and visually interesting" presentation, according to feedback from attendees.
  • Robert Zemsky: Findings to Fuel Collaboration: An Investigation of Student Course Choices at UW Oshkosh
    According to one attendee, "Bob asks tough questions that are worthy of our consideration." Note opening statement from Regent Judith Crain calling for collaboration among Wisconsin's educators.
  • General Education Draft Proposal Discussion
    This draft proposal is "bold" and "student centered," according to UW System Administrator and Summit participant, Rebecca Karoff. Note closing statement (via Skype) from Portland State.

More Summit session podcasts will be available soon.

 

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Questions or Comments?
Please send them to Lori Carrell, CETL Director and General Education Reform Facilitator, at carrell@uwosh.edu.
Watch for General Education Reform each Tuesday of the Fall 2011 Semester!
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