Responding to Change: A Model for Redesigning a Highly Enrolled General Education Course

Presenter: Sandra Tavegia, The Community College of Baltimore County This presentation guides participants through the process of redesigning an Introduction to Computers General Education course at The Community College of Baltimore County. The presenter will discuss data collection methods used to assess the need, lessons learned in redesigning and developing the course, and strategies developed to prepare for Fall 2014 implementation.

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Responding to Change: A Model for Redesigning a Highly Enrolled General Education Course

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Presenter: Sandra Tavegia, The Community College of Baltimore County This presentation guides participants through the process of redesigning an Introduction to Computers General Education course at The Community College of Baltimore County. The presenter will discuss data collection methods used to assess the need, lessons learned in redesigning and developing the course, and strategies developed to prepare for Fall 2014 implementation.
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  1. Implementing Change: Creating a Relevant Course

    Slide 1 - Implementing Change: Creating a Relevant Course

    • Sandra Tavegia
    • Community College of Baltimore County
  2. WELCOME!!

    Slide 2 - WELCOME!!

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    • Today’s Topic
    • Who Am I?
    • Who are You?
    • How Can I Help?
  3. Question #1   –    Is it dead?

    Slide 3 - Question #1 – Is it dead?

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  4. The Solution –Opportunity Rebirth

    Slide 4 - The Solution –Opportunity Rebirth

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  5. Challenges…

    Slide 5 - Challenges…

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  6. Activity

    Slide 6 - Activity

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    • What needs to be changed?
    • Why?
    • Who?
  7. Question 2 – Opportunity?

    Slide 7 - Question 2 – Opportunity?

    • “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”
    • -Thomas Edison
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  8. Believe

    Slide 8 - Believe

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  9. Contact Information

    Slide 9 - Contact Information

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    • Sandra Tavegia, Assistant ProfessorApplied and Information TechnologyThe Community College of Baltimore County
    • Email – Stavegia@ccbcmd.eduOffice Phone- 443-840-4443Personal Cell- Text only (thank you!!)443-610-9788