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OR The Garden of Forking Paths

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Nicole Matos

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The Garden of Forking Paths



(Notes from a Pathways Convert)
Chronicle of Higher Ed Vitae
, Oct 26, 2016
Signs I Missed
Isolation from the Complete
Student Experience
Complexity Surrounding
Values About Complexity
The central premise
of Pathways is reducing
complexity for students
Pathways presses institutions to distinguish between non-generative and generative complexity—and to reduce the former to improve outcomes for the latter.
But if we lose them to excessive
complexity before they make it
to our classrooms or before they finish
their programs...we've failed
Belief in Student Freedom
and Independence
“ ‘They’re saying that poor, working-class students can’t make decisions because there are too many choices. It’s offensive.’ ”

The Chronicle of Higher Education
, Nov 1, 2017
Fear of Boredom, Loss, and Badly Led Change
“There is no such thing as a
good initiative that can’t be
administered badly.”

Nicole Matos, on the record
Dr. Nicole Matos, Collegium Consulting
Lead Faculty Facilitator,
College of DuPage Pathways Initiative

The Atlantic
, April 29, 2014
Which of the resistances
I’ve mentioned
might be operating at
your institution?

What additional
resistances
have I missed?
What might
your institution
do to better
assuage resistances?
Which of the resistances I’ve mentioned
might be operating at your institution?

What additional resistances have I missed?

What might your institution
do to better
assuage resistances?
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