Strategies for Success on Your Campus: Get this special report for key insights into what you need to know before rethinking your college’s core courses.
Colleges can let years go by before taking a fresh look at their general-education programs. When they do, disagreements over vision or turf battles often arise among departments, making the task difficult and time-consuming. But a thorough, well-planned program is essential to preparing today's students for an increasingly complex world.
The Chronicle issue brief, Reforming Gen Ed, is designed to guide you through a revamp of your college's general education program. It explores what is driving colleges to reform their core, key elements of a 21st-century curriculum, the challenges likely to emerge, and guidance on how to transition from ideas to implementation.
Get a copy of the report to hear from colleges that have recently been through a redesign of their gen-ed programs and from experts who discuss the best approaches to the process.
Learn how to:
- Assess your institution's readiness and expectations for gen-ed reform
- Set appropriate goals and get buy-in from key roles and departments
- Develop the right strategy for your campus
- Identify potential obstacles and conflict that may surface during the gen-ed reform process
For more lessons about curricular reform, please consider purchasing our archival collection, Preparing Students for a Complex World, which includes key Chronicle articles and essays about gen ed.
Date: November 2018
Digital File Size: 2.08 MB
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