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Curriculum Review and Development

Carleton Curriculum Discussion - In 2005, Carleton College charged its faculty with reviewing the College's basic curricular structure and graduation requirements for the first time in 40 years–beginning a campus-wide discussion about curriculum and the meaning of a true liberal arts education.

Curricula and Programs - This part of the Building Strong Geoscience Departments website highlights the curricular reform efforts of a number of departments to extract useful information for others undergoing the same kind of process.

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LTC: High Stakes Assessment and Higher Education

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center, PEPS
By PEPS Lloyd Bond, Recently retired Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Cosponsored by QuIRK (Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge). As Carleton ...

LTC: Abuzz With Excitment: Building the Consciously Creative Campus

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center, PEPS
By PEPS Scott Bierman, Dean of the College; Laurel Bradley, Director of Exhibitions & Curator of the College Art Collection, Lecturer in Art and Art History; Robin Hart Ruthenbeck, ...

LTC: Imagining the Curriculum: A Full Contact Lunch

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center, PEPS
By PEPS Scott Bierman, Dean of the College; Scott Carpenter, Professor of French; and Ron Rodman, Professor of Music Cosponsor: Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC)

LTC: Carleton's Mission Statement: A Community Conversation

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center
John Ramsay, Associate Dean of the College

LTC: A Curriculum for the Consciously Creative Campus

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center
A faculty panel presentation facilitated by Scott Bierman, Dean of the College.