Designing Experiences

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8/5/19
For students to learn more effectively, teaching must focus on course design informed by research and learning principles.

Next steps

10/8/18
Before you begin designing your course you should consider its context and constraints.
8/1/19
Beliefs and values about effective teaching and how learning occurs shape the way a course is designed.
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Learning outcomes are the changes you want your students to achieve in your course and the first step in design. The goal is to create outcomes that are meaningful for both you and your students.
8/1/19
Design a course with the taxonomy that suits your subject, field of study and institution.
10/11/18
The second step in course design is determining how you will know if changes have occurred in your students.

Learning activities

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Active learning is an instructional approach that requires students to both “do” and “think” about what they’re learning.
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How to better use your time with students.
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The experiences that cause students to learn.