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Course Transformation Grants

Proposals are invited for C21 and TRESTLE* grants to support faculty Course Transformation efforts. These grants are offered as a part of KU’s course transformation initiative, to support greater use of student-centered, inclusive, evidence-based teaching practices in KU courses. These practices include shifting the basic delivery of information to out-of-class time, and organizing substantial amounts of in-class time around active or collaborative learning (e.g., problem-solving, discussion, case-study analysis, problem- or project-based learning, peer instruction, etc…). We are especially interested in applications from teams of faculty working on one more course(s). Additional priorities include undergraduate courses that serve a large number of students or courses that have had a high rate of failure or withdrawal. Proposals are due Friday, September 15, 2017. See the CTE Course Redesign page for more information.

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