Faculty Academy 2010

Integrative Course Design

Written on March 3, 2010 by Martha Burtis | Posted in Guest Presenter,Interactive Workshop,Program Item

Interactive Workshop

Mike Caulfield, Keene State College

If mapping out your course objectives to skills-based hierarchies like Bloom’s Taxonomy seems sterile and unhelpful to you, you are not alone. This workshop will introduce participants to an alternative lightweight course design model that will help you analyze the structure of your instruction and assist you in developing clear course goals while not reducing what you do to a series of sub-bulleted nonsense.
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