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Wicked Course Design – A Workshop Series (Session One)

Tuesday, April 12, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Identifying Wicked Problems for Wicked Students

During this session, we’ll identify some of the wicked problems in our fields, those problems that are too large for one individual to solve and that require our students to think unconventionally. We’ll reflect on how we can foster the skills our students need to solve wicked problems, specifically, how we can shift a course’s purpose from sharing a body of knowledge, to creating opportunities for students to actively build and apply skills to solve the wicked problems in their fields.

Read an overview of the series and download the book on which the series is based, Creating Wicked Students : Designing Courses for a Complex World, by Paul Hanstedt (2018).

Co-facilitated by Eva Cosoroaba and Kelly Becker, CTL Faculty Associates

You will receive a Microsoft Teams calendar invitation the afternoon prior to your event explaining how to join and participate in the meeting.  If you click “accept,” it will populate on your Teams calendar for easy access.


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Tuesday, April 12, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Eva Cosoroaba
Kelly Becker