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Principles of Scalability

Monday, January 1, 2001


One approach to transforming the institution is to create an environment where as many faculty and students as possible have successful experiences with changing teaching and learning. The presentation will center on sustaining transformation through faculty involvement, support, and assessment, and how the path selected determines the scalability. This discussion is framed partly by work done during the 2000 NLII Focus Group Sessions and by research on faculty engagement and support conducted by Dr. Paul Hagner.

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