Including students in course redesign pays dividends to the institution, the faculty involved, and the students themselves.
David Green collaborates with university stakeholders to advance the culture of innovative teaching and learning. His nationally-recognized course redesigns employ educational technology practices that support high-impact learning opportunities and civic engagement projects. He completed his Doctorate in Organizational Change & Leadership at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education (dissertation entitled "A gap analysis of course directors’ effective implementation of technology-enriched course designs: An innovation study".
Action maps can help identify and procure the resources needed to sustain the kinds of initiatives that can transform higher education.
In October 2014, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine launched an initiative called ’Cane Academy to flip the classroom by replacing traditional didactic sessions with short “Khan-style videos” accompanied by learning objectives, self-assessment questions, and supplemental content.