TLTC Funded Projects

Engaged learning happens everyday throughout campus at University of Michigan. Much of UM's engaged learning opportunities have been supported by the Transforming Learning for a Third Century (TLTC) Initiative. Below are all of the projects and corresponding faculty and staff that were awarded TLTC grants. You can also hear from U-M faculty about their projects in our project showcase.

Quick Wins and Discovery projects were relatively small-scale, “shovel ready” projects, empowering faculty and staff to explore opportunities beyond the traditional. Transformation projects were aimed at large-scale changes to instruction and/or infrastructure, enabling faculty and staff to implement new learning approaches for sustainable and replicable adoption. The last round of awards were announced in December 2015.

Name Sort descending Project title TLTC Fund Year funded Learning Goal(s) Showcase
Ellie Abrons Practice Sessions Transformation Creativity
Communication
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
Peter Bodary Using Hybrid Modular Courses to Scale Up Engaged Learning in Kinesiology QWD Responsibilty
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
Steven Broglio Using Hybrid Modular Courses to Scale Up Engaged Learning in Kinesiology QWD Responsibilty
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
James DeVaney Gameful Assessment in Michigan Education (GAME): Building A Community of Engaged Learners and Teachers Supported by GradeCraft Transformation Self-Agency View in the Showcase
Barry Fishman Gameful Assessment in Michigan Education (GAME): Building A Community of Engaged Learners and Teachers Supported by GradeCraft Transformation Self-Agency View in the Showcase
Adam Fure Pratice Sessions Transformation Creativity
Responsibilty
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
Deanna Gates Using Hybrid Modular Courses to Scale Up Engaged Learning in Kinesiology QWD Responsibilty
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
Melissa Gross Using Hybrid Modular Courses to Scale Up Engaged Learning in Kinesiology QWD Responsibilty
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
Elizabeth Keren-Kolb Gameful Assessment in Michigan Education (GAME): Building A Community of Engaged Learners and Teachers Supported by GradeCraft Transformation Self-Agency View in the Showcase
Mika LaVaque-Manty Gameful Assessment in Michigan Education (GAME): Building A Community of Engaged Learners and Teachers Supported by GradeCraft Transformation Self-Agency View in the Showcase
Rachel Niemer Gameful Assessment in Michigan Education (GAME): Building A Community of Engaged Learners and Teachers Supported by GradeCraft Transformation Self-Agency View in the Showcase
Leah Robinson Using Hybrid Modular Courses to Scale Up Engaged Learning in Kinesiology QWD Responsibilty
Self-Agency
View in the Showcase
Scott Taylor Gameful Assessment in Michigan Education (GAME): Building A Community of Engaged Learners and Teachers Supported by GradeCraft Transformation Self-Agency View in the Showcase