Linked courses for general education and integrative learning : a guide for faculty and administrators
Source:Stylus, Volume First edition, Sterling, Virginia (2013)
Call Number:Cubb LB2361.5 .L55 2013
Keywords:Education, General education--United States, Higher--United States, Interdisciplinary approach in education--United States, Professional learning communities--United States
Contents: Pairing courses to benefit student learning / Scott E. Gaier, Taylor University -- Linked content courses : a world civilizations/world religions case study / Jeffrey LaMonica, Delaware County Community College -- Double entry : linking introductory financial accounting and English composition / Bruce A. Leauby, Ph.D. and Mary C. Robertson, La Salle University -- Multiple majors, one writing class : discovering commonalities through problematization / Irene Clark, University of California: Northridge -- The science of first-year learning communities / Brandi Kutil, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi -- Implementing a linked course requirement in the core curriculum / Margot Soven, La Salle University -- Academic partnerships with residential learning communities / Maggie C. Parker and Alex Kappus, University of Georgia -- Learning communities in the new university / Siskanna Naynaha, University of Connecticut, Hartford and Wendy Olson, Washington State University, Vancouver -- The nuts and bolts of evaluating linked courses / Michael Roszkowski, La Salle University -- Using program assessments and faculty development to deepen student learning / Lynn Dunlap and Maureen Pettitt, Skagit College -- Linked course assessment : the problem with quantitative data / Bethany Blankenship, University of Montana Western -- Constant reconnaissance : assessment for validation and change / Greg Smith and Geoffrey Mamerow, University of Wisconsin-Madison.