A Course Progress Record (CPR) is a document that any student can create and use to support their academic success in a college class. It consolidates key information about the course’s requirements into a single-page quick reference that can be updated throughout the semester to keep track of the student’s performance and progress in the course. This session will provide an overview of the components and potential uses of a CPR, and point participants to resources they can use to develop their own CPR’s.
Presentation take-away: Templates, examples, and instructions for developing a CPR.
Meeting/Webinar ID: 813 5841 0602
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About the Presenters
Sarah Williams the Executive Director of the Office for Faculty Excellence and STEPP Program at East Carolina University. For the past 10 years, she has served as the PI for College STAR, a grant-funded initiative focused on helping universities learn to become more welcoming places for students with learning and attention differences. She previously held positions as a faculty member in the College of Education at ECU and as a middle school special education teacher in the NC public school.