Course Design: Series Introduction

The course design series is a repository of  design ideas that I would like to implement in my classes. The ideas might be implemented throughout the course (e.g., instructional methods) or in 20 minutes (e.g., a learning activity). I’ll highlight how these design ideas will make my courses more learner centered.

Course Design Series

1. Communicating Learning Goals in the Syllabus

2. Course Goals for Research Design and Methods

3. Motivating Students

4. Self Assessment

5. Creating the Course Schedule

6. Student Resistance

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