The fourth workshop* in the Innovative Course-building Workshop Series will be held, Friday, December 8th from 2:30 pm – 4 pm in SAGE HALL – ROOM 222.
This workshop is a multi-part course design (or redesign) workshop series. Through this engaging, hands-on series of workshops, participants will use backward design to develop innovative courses that …
- foster transformative learning experiences.
- engage students with complex questions.
- use a dilemma, issue or question as an organizational principle.
- clearly defines learning around Essential Learning Outcomes.
- includes pedagogical practices and strategies that have high-impact on learning and are inclusive of all learners.
- uses authentic assessment to measure learning at the source.
08 Dec 17: Authentic Assessment– create assessments that reliably measure student learning, promote critical thinking, improve your grading experience.
Location: SAGE 222
19 Jan 18: Reflect & Share – share your work with your peers.
Location: Hand Art Museum – Conference Room
*While the workshop builds, participants are welcome to drop-in any workshop.
Are you interested but just couldn’t fit it in? Good news, we will repeat the workshop next semester! Sign up here.
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- What’s the Big Idea? – engage students through complex questions. (22 Sep 17)
- Essential Learning Goals – write learning goals that are appropriately challenging, foster critical thinking and prepare students for success as global citizens. (06 Oct 17)
- High-impact Pedagogies – develop inclusive assignments and activities that challenge. (10 Nov 17)