Teaching at scale is the holy grail of those who hope to cut the cost of higher education. It’s also the goal of those offering online low tuition masters and certificate programs eager to maximize revenue while minimizing instructional expenses.
But for others, scale is a way to free up faculty to devote more time to high impact practices: mentored research, supervised internships, practicums, and clinical, service, field-, and community-based learning.
Can we provide an affordable undergraduate education that is personalized and collaborative, with regular, substantive feedback, at scale?
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