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Course Design Clinic

May 13, 2024 - May 14, 2024
12 credits

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Term: Summer 2024

Date: Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th, 2024

Time: 9:00 - 4:00 Both days

Location: Newman 207a

Instructors: Michael Enz, Hannah Harris, Aaron Bond, Daron Williams, & Larry Cox

Presented By: Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies (TLOS)

 

Description:

Designing a new course? Redesigning an existing course? Working with a group redesigning a multi-section course? Hoping to get a head start on your summer and fall semester course planning?   

Join the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) in this Course Design Clinic designed in collaboration with our colleagues from Technology-Enhanced Learning and Online Strategies (TLOS).  

During the two-day session, you will be guided through several stages of course design to include: 

1) identifying goals and learning outcomes 

2) organizing the syllabus and schedule 

3) designing individual class meetings, activities, and assignments 

4) planning for assessment of student learning 

Through working with the CETL and TLOS staff you will receive guidance on rigorous instructional design, assignment design, assessment strategies, active learning strategies, and the technological tools available to you when moving through all stages of course design and implementation, including Generative AI. The goal of this clinic is to get you to think through multiple levels of granularity for your course and complete much of the planning at once while having instructional experts on hand. You will leave the clinic well on your way to having a complete course, syllabus, and task list for implementation.

During the two-day session, you will be guided through several stages of course design to include: 

1) identifying goals and learning outcomes 

2) organizing the syllabus and schedule 

3) designing individual class meetings, activities, and assignments 

4) planning for assessment of student learning 

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