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OCDI 2: Integrating Your Course Design

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Designing your course properly allows you to teach interactively and provides students with significant learning experiences. You will have the opportunity to engage in Fink’s integrated course design to develop and align learning outcomes, assessments and activities in your face-to-face, blended and online courses.

 

Content

Reading: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning Chapter 2. Content from Chapters 8, 4, and 5 will provide additional support in completing this integration

A link to a complimentary copy of the eBook should arrive from Stylus Publishing in your email within 2-3 days of your registration.

 

Description

Designing your course properly allows you to teach interactively and provides students with significant learning experiences. You will have the opportunity to engage in Fink’s integrated course design to develop and align learning outcomes, assessments and activities in your face-to-face, blended and online courses.

 

Content

Reading: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning Chapter 2. Content from Chapters 8, 4, and 5 will provide additional support in completing this integration

A link to a complimentary copy of the eBook should arrive from Stylus Publishing in your email within 2-3 days of your registration.

 

Outcomes

 

We hope that by the end of the course you will be able to

 

  • analyze the differences between Fink’s (2013) and Bloom’s revised taxonomy (Anderson, 2001)  as they guide outcomes for course design,
  • identify the key elements of Fink’s (2013) integrated course design principles and process (foundational knowledge domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy);
  • analyze the standards for evaluating course design established by self- and peer-reviewed rubrics (application level of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy);
  • develop engaging learning activities and assessments for your courses (application domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy);
  • align course learning outcomes, activities, and assessments through integrated course design (integration domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy);
  • reflect on the effect your integrated designed course has on your ability to improve your teaching (human dimension–self domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy);
  • include a variety of best practices from other colleagues, experts, and resources while designing your courses (human dimension–other domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy);
  • express the value of significant learning course design for students (caring domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy); and
  • select items from a course design checklist for future use (learning how to learn domain of Fink’s, 2013, taxonomy).

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Book
 
Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning
 
The authors have designed innovative practices and tools to help faculty and administration improve learning experiences for students and share examples of how faculty used Fink’s Taxonomy of Significant Learning to create high-quality courses.

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