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A project designed through a management model has the potential to include many attributes of effective high-impact practices. The management model allows course design to “work backwards” to develop learning activities based upon learning outcomes, arriving, finally, at the foundational knowledge, or, the topics most necessary to cover. This project is applicable to almost any topic and may be adapted to resource management needs beyond the classroom.

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