Carmen Common Sense IR Cohort

December 14, 2020 | 10:00am to December 17, 2020 | 11:00am

The Carmen Common Sense Instructional Redesign cohort is being offered to faculty interested in re-envisioning their Carmen course delivery for the spring 2021 semester. Facilitated by Clinical Associate Professor Nicole Kraft, School of Communication, this professional learning experience will guide participants through the theories and practices of Carmen usage modeled in Carmen Common Sense with an eye towards redesigning the way they use the LMS to increase student learning and enhance student experiences.

The virtual CCS cohort sessions will be held Monday, Dec. 14, to Thursday, Dec. 17 from 10 to 11 a.m. Participants will use the video-conferencing software Zoom to review the key elements in Carmen Common Sense, and to determine how they may best be incorporated into a class. All resources, links and materials will be accessible in Carmen.
This experience is a designated pathway to IR, and instructors may choose to assess changes to instructional strategies resulting from this experience as part of an Instructional Redesign portfolio. Drake Institute Assistant Director, David Sovic will be supporting the course and will present information about the IR initiative, as well as be available to consult on IR. Full-time (.75 FTE and above) instructors are eligible to complete IR for compensation of $1150, and compensation eligibility renews every five years. For more information on IR, visit the Drake Institute website page.
You may register here.

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