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Course Design

Course Design is defined as having a clear understanding of what you expect your students to learn by the end of your class. Once that has been defined then you can begin to compile course materials and select the various ways to present that material to reach the end learning results you desire. The Center for Teaching Learning and Leadership (CTLL) supports faculty in initiating and updating course designing. Among the included resources on this topic are the following internet resources.

Bloom’s Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain
Course and Syllabus Design - University of Washington
Course Design - Vanderbilt University
Design & Teach - Carnegie Mellon – Step by step tips and tutorials
Designing Effective and Innovative Courses
Flipping the Classroom – Vanderbilt University
Idea Paper #42
Syllabus Evaluation Rubric 
The AASCU and The New York Times in Education Teaching Toolkit

 Related Magna Videos -

  • "How Can I Structure a Flipped Lesson?"
  • "How Do I Develop a High-Impact Capstone Course?"
  • "How Do I Set Students Up for Success in Online Course"
  • "What Are Five Tips for Writing Effective Learning Outcomes?"

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