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This course introduces participants to the principles and practice of effective course design by actively involving them in course creation.

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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Course Design for Constructive Alignment

Registration for this event is now closed.
Schedule: January 10 – April 11, 2013,
Thursdays, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
(list dates)
Location: Lambton 2103
Instructors: Michael K. Potter

Course code: 05-80-519 (23)

This course introduces participants to the principles and practice of effective course design by actively involving them in course creation. Along the way participants will learn about all of the elements of a well-aligned course, navigate through some controversial topics in teaching and learning, evaluate and be evaluated by their peers, reflect on their experiences, be challenged to reason through their choices, and generally discover that course design can be far more complex than they’d ever imagined! All content is learned through application to course design, refined through cycles of reflection and evaluation (self, peer, and instructor). By the end of the course, the successful participant will have constructed a well-designed, constructively-aligned course.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Course Design for Constructive Alignment

Registration for this event is now closed.
Schedule: January 09 – April 10, 2014,
Thursdays, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
(list dates)
Location: Lambton 2103
Instructors: Michael K. Potter

Course code: 05-80-591 (23)

This course introduces participants to the principles and practice of effective course design by actively involving them in course creation. Along the way participants will learn about all of the elements of a well-aligned course, navigate through some controversial topics in teaching and learning, evaluate and be evaluated by their peers, reflect on their experiences, be challenged to reason through their choices, and generally discover that course design can be far more complex than they’d ever imagined! All content is learned through application to course design, refined through cycles of reflection and evaluation (self, peer, and instructor). By the end of the course, the successful participant will have constructed a well-designed, constructively-aligned course.

Please note that priority for registration in this course is given to those enrolled in the University Teaching Certificate Program. Prior completion of Learning-Centred Teaching in Higher Eduction is highly recommended.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Course Design for Constructive Alignment

Registration for this event is now closed.
Schedule: January 08 – April 02, 2015,
Thursdays, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
(list dates)
Location: Lambton 2103
Instructors: Michael K. Potter

Course code: 05-80-591 (23)

This course introduces participants to the principles and practice of effective course design by actively involving them in course creation. Along the way participants will learn about all of the elements of a well-aligned course, navigate through some controversial topics in teaching and learning, evaluate and be evaluated by their peers, reflect on their experiences, be challenged to reason through their choices, and generally discover that course design can be far more complex than they’d ever imagined! All content is learned through application to course design, refined through cycles of reflection and evaluation (self, peer, and instructor). By the end of the course, the successful participant will have constructed a well-designed, constructively-aligned course.

Please note that priority for registration in this course is given to those enrolled in the University Teaching Certificate Program. Prior completion of Learning-Centred Teaching in Higher Eduction is highly recommended.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Course Design for Constructive Alignment

Registration for this event is now closed.
Schedule: January 06 – March 16, 2016,
Wednesdays, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
(list dates)
Location: Lambton 2103
Instructors: Michael K. Potter, Jessica Raffoul

Course code: 05-80-591 (23)

This course introduces participants to the principles and practice of effective course design by actively involving them in course creation. Along the way participants will learn about all of the elements of a well-aligned course, navigate through some controversial topics in teaching and learning, evaluate and be evaluated by their peers, reflect on their experiences, be challenged to reason through their choices, and generally discover that course design can be far more complex than they’d ever imagined! All content is learned through application to course design, refined through cycles of reflection and evaluation (self, peer, and instructor). By the end of the course, the successful participant will have constructed a well-designed, constructively-aligned course.

Please note that priority for registration in this course is given to those enrolled in the University Teaching Certificate Program. Prior completion of Learning-Centred Teaching in Higher Education is a prerequsite.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Course Design for Constructive Alignment

Registration for this event is now closed.
Schedule: January 11 – April 05, 2017,
Wednesdays, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
(list dates)
Location: Lambton 2103
Instructors: Michael K. Potter