Communicate your findings to campus faculty members 

In the Module 4 Application, you will communicate your findings to campus faculty members and solicit their input. You may present to the entire faculty or a small group (minimum 3) of faculty. As part of the communication, you will describe your task, summarize your findings, solicit input on the findings from the faculty, and describe the input you receive.

Communicate your findings to campus faculty members

Over the past few modules, you have invested a lot of time selecting a priority instructional improvement target, researching an intervention that will help a campus meet that target, and determining budget and resource needs.

In the Module 4 Application, you will communicate your findings to campus faculty members and solicit their input. You may present to the entire faculty or a small group (minimum 3) of faculty. As part of the communication, you will describe your task, summarize your findings, solicit input on the findings from the faculty, and describe the input you receive.

Step 1. Develop (a minimum of) one slide for each the following:

Overview
Firstly, Instructional improvement target and data support.

Secondly, Research-based intervention and source of intervention.

Thirdly, Current budget/resources and needs for achieving the instructional improvement target

Fourthly, Request for input on the target, intervention, and budget/resources from faculty/

Lastly, Summary of faculty input.

NOTE: Add this slide after sharing the presentation.

References slide in APA format
Step 2. Share the PowerPoint in either a face-to-face setting or by email (or other digital means).

Step 3. LASTLY, Collect input from faculty on the findings presented in the PowerPoint (face-to-face or email/digital), and summarize the input in a final PowerPoint slide.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *