Project Kaleidoscope uses OER and embedded analytics to improve learning for at-risk students at 8 colleges. Pls share your expertise w/us.
Project Kaleidoscope brings together faculty and academic leaders from eight colleges to design open general education courses. Rather than developing new OER, the project instead invests to identify the best of the existing stock and use a closed-loop assessment process to adapt and improve the learning outcomes from the course designs.
The project goal is to better serve the needs of at-risk students in the US. Collectively, the Kaleidoscope partners serve more than 100,000 students annually, 69 percent of which are at risk.
Our poster presentation will provide an overview of the project and the course design approach. We hope to have the full cross-institutional faculty teams at the conference. These teams have created the course designs and will be in the process of delivering the courses. Faculty teams hope to share their experiences and learn from the expertise of OpenEd participants.