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Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning

Zala Fashant (author) Stewart Ross (author)
Linda Russell (author)
Karen P. LaPlant (author)
Jake Jacobson (author)
Sheri Hutchinson (author)
L. Dee Fink (Foreword by)

ISBN: 9781642670059

Publication Date: Nov 2019

Format: Paperback

Also available as: Hardback  

Designing courses to deliver effective teaching and significant learning is the best way to set students up for success, and this book guides readers through the process. The authors have worked with faculty world-wide, and share the stories of how faculty have transformed courses from theory to practice.
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Designing courses to deliver effective teaching and significant learning is the best way to set students up for success, and this book guides readers through the process. The authors have worked with faculty world-wide, and share the stories of how faculty have transformed courses from theory to practice. They start with Dee Fink's foundation of integrating course design. Then they provide additional design concepts to expand the course blueprint to implement plans for communication, accessibility, technology integration, as well as the assessment of course design as it fits into the assessment of programs and institutions, and how faculty can use what they learn to meet their professional goals.
Pages 336
Dimensions 254 x 178
Date Published 30 Nov 2019
Publisher Stylus Publishing
Subject/s Education   Teaching skills & techniques  
  • Foreword–L. Dee Fink
  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface
  • 1) Preparing for Your Course Design
  • 2) Integrating Your Course Design
  • 3) Communicating in Your Course
  • 4) Creating a Learning Framework
  • 5) Developing Learning Activities and Techniques
  • 6) Making Your Course Accessible
  • 7) Integrating Learning Technologies
  • 8) Assessing Student Learning
  • 9) Assessing Course Quality
  • 10) Assessing Your Program and Institution
  • 11) Reflecting on Your Teaching
  • 12) Learning How to Learn
  • Summary
  • Appendix A: Initial Design Phase of Integrated Course Design
  • Appendix B: Knowing Your Students
  • Appendix C: Standard Syllabus Design and Content
  • Appendix D: Automated Messaging Examples
  • Appendix E: Rubric Examples for Student Learning Activities
  • Glossary
  • Outcomes
  • References
  • About
  • the Authors
  • Index

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