Many IUPUI instructors teach courses using high-impact practices (HIPs), which have been shown to promote deep learning. The HIPs Course Redesign Institute (CRI) is intended for instructors who currently teach courses utilizing one of the following HIPs: undergraduate research, study abroad, service learning, or internships. Institute participants will collaboratively evaluate and refine their current course designs in ways that improve student learning outcomes and promote equity and inclusion. Specifically, participants will use the IUPUI HIPs taxonomies and backwards course design to maximize the effectiveness of their courses.
The institute will take place in four 3-hour sessions over five weeks; participants will also have opportunities to meet one-on-one with CTL consultants and HIP experts. Participants are required to attend all sessions and will receive $500 in professional development funds upon successful creation of the following products:
By the end of the Institute, participants will be able to:
The 2018 HIPs CRI will be held on the following dates:
IUPUI, IUPUC, or IUFW faculty who are teaching a course using one of the following HIPs are welcome to apply: undergraduate research, study abroad, service learning, and internships. Faculty who are selected for the institute are expected to participate in all sessions.
Interested faculty need to submit an online application and a copy of their current HIPs course syllabus by September 12.