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Course Recognition Program

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Course Recognition Seal

Program Development Team: Patrice Hess, Tom Higgins, Janice Kinsinger, Doug Peterson, Jennifer Richrath, Brandy Thatcher

The Course Recognition Program seeks to promote and recognize high-quality educational experiences as designed and facilitated by ICC faculty.  High-quality educational experiences will contribute to the college’s mission to enable students to reach their educational potential while valuing responsibility, integrity, learning, excellence and community, ICC’s Core Values.

Course Development Rubric [DOC]


*View a list of Courses that were recognized in the original project


2008 Course Recognition Program Participants
PRLGL113 - Tom Higgins, Public Services
PRLGL117 - Tom Higgins, Public Services
LIT110 - Jen Richrath, English and Language Studies
FILM110 - Jen Richrath, English and Language Studies
ENGL110 - Jen Richrath, English and Language Studies
MATH11 - 0Pat Ward, Math, Science and Engineering
LIB127 - Pam Thomas, Library Technical Assistant
LIT122 - Edwina Jordan, English and Language Studies
ENGL110 - Pam Dewey, English and Language Studies
ENGL116 - Pam Dewey, English and Language Studies



This course rubric can be a useful course design tool used in the following ways:
1. Guidelines for the design, development and delivery of a new course.
2. Self-assessment guidelines for the review of an existing course.
3. Administrative guidelines for the assessment of an existing course for classroom observation.