Gateways to Completion – apply by Jun 30
Gateways to Completion®
An evidence-based plan for improving teaching, learning, and success in historically high-failure rate courses.
Gateways to Completion is now accepting applications. Apply for the new cohort by June 30th.
Gateways to Completion, an evidence-based process to create an institutional plan for improving student learning and success in high-enrollment courses that have historically resulted in high rates of Ds, Fs, Withdrawals, and Incompletes especially for low-income, first-generation and historically underrepresented students. This multi-year process helps institutions create and implement a plan for course redesign that supports teaching, learning, success, completion, and retention.
By joining Gateways to Completion you will:
- Be a part of a larger national movement to redesign gateway courses and provide more for faculty who wish to improve their student outcomes.
- Improve teaching and learning in courses you identify as, high-enrollment courses that have historically resulted in high rates of Ds, Fs, Withdrawals, and Incompletes (high DFWI rates)and transform them through an evidence-based course self-study process supported by Gardner Institute staff.
- Receive unparalleled guidance and support as you collect historic course analytics, survey data from current students, and gather other institutional and course-level forms of evidence to apply to your course redesign plan.
- and more
Learn more and apply today: https://www.jngi.org/gateways-to-completion
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