- Sydney Brown, Assistant Director, Innovative Instructional Design
Quality course design ensures that desired learning outcomes are aligned with appropriate assessments and supported by effective learning activities. In this program, participants learn how to use the evidence-based backward-design process to create a new course or envision new ways to address challenges in courses currently taught.
Participants in the program learn about fundamental course design principles and apply them to the design of a new course or the partial or full redesign of an existing course.
This program is designed for STEM faculty and will be conducted in a "flipped-mode" format. Participants complete brief readings and select activities before the in-person sessions. This creates time to work on their course designs as well as give and receive feedback during the sessions.
We are unable to offer this program during Spring 2019.
Contact Sydney Brown at email@example.com for questions regarding this program.