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A Better Way to Integrate Entrepreneurial Objectives Into Your Curriculum

Posted By Administration, Thursday, September 18, 2008
A Better Way to Integrate Entrepreneurial Objectives Into Your Curriculum

 

Guide Description:

Looking for curriculum that aligns with your learning objectives?  Don’t waste time sorting through a vast array of content, technologies, and providers. Take control of your content and revision cycles with customized curriculum and save your students up to 50 percent on the cost of textbooks in the process.

 

Full Description:
Curricula development and implementation has become a high wire act often performed without a net.  New technologies and increased access to content are providing faculty and program administrators a tremendous amount of choice. Everyone finds it difficult to balance time and cost against the quality of the student learning experience.  Customized curriculum provides a needed guide, producing better course materials, lower costs, and less work.

 

What is customized curriculum?  How can you assess your readiness for this transformation?  What types of value propositions can you create for students, faculty, and program administrators?

 

This session explores these critical questions and provides a guide for making the most of customization. Strategies and the “how to’s” of customized curriculum include:  keeping your content “evergreen,” aligning materials with course objectives (and not vice versa), and developing and profitably managing customization projects. 

 

Attendees will also discuss the current challenges faculty and program managers are facing in curricula development and implementation; the different approaches to customizing course materials including the pros and cons of each; how other institutions have successfully adopted customized curriculum; the publishing tools available; and how to take the information provided in this session and move forward with their institution.
 

Isaac Mowder, Director of Marketing, ED MAP, OH

Dr. Kenneth C. Sherman, VP Business Development, ED MAP, OH

Tags:  Curriculum 

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