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TACC Forum - Quality Course Framework

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Transcript of TACC Forum - Quality Course Framework

Subject 2
New Version of Bloom's Taxonomy
http://www.odu.edu/educ/roverbau/Bloom/blooms_taxonomy.htm
L. Dee Fink's Learning Taxonomy (Permission has been granted by Dee to use his images) Available online at: www.deefinkandassociates.com/
GuidetoCourseDesignAug05.pdf
A complete learning activity:











Materials should be embedded in the learning activities
Resources and materials in a variety of formats to help address the different learning styles of students
Content should encourage interaction and active learning
Opportunities for community building
Clearly defined preferred communication channels
Clearly articulated technical support resources
Embedded student learning assessment for all elements
Formative and summative assessment evidence
A thoughtful and continuous improvement approach
Student opportunities for identifying areas for course improvement
DESIGN Phase
1. Measurable Objective Statements
2. A Course Organization and Structure that Facilitates Student
Learning
BUILD Phase
3. Teaching and Learning Activities that Engage Students in the
Process of Learning
4. A Variety of Course Content, Media and Materials in Appropriate
Web Formats
TEACH Phase
5. A Sense of Learning Community, Communication and Student
Support
REVISE Phase
6. Assessment, Feedback and Evaluation Strategies that Measure
Student Learning Outcomes as well as Overall Course Qualit
Objectives at the course, module and lesson levels that are articulated to the students
Inclusion of multiple levels of learning
A logical and consistent structure
Clearly articulated expectations
"Chunking" of content into manageable units or modules
The
DESIGN phase
involves analyzing the course situational factors, design course objectives, and structure the course.

In the
BUILD phase
developers create learning activities and the associated media content.

In the
TEACH phase
instructors support students learning through effective communication and facilitating an active learning community.

In the
REVISE phase
, instructors analyze their course learning data and utilize instructional design services to improve learning outcomes.
The Four Step Process
The Six Elements
The Quality Course Framework
https://learn-uu.uen.org/courses/33024
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