An integrated course design requires a significant investment in time, energy, and thought. But this expenditure has great potential for exerting a potent effect on student acquisition of “significant” (rather than trivial) learning. Therefore, faculty members committed to improving their ability to facilitate significant learning are encouraged to adopt the processes described in this paper. There may be no “faculty development” activity with more potential and power for improving significant learning.
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