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AU Exemplary Course Award

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Mary Jacob

on 28 October 2013

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Transcript of AU Exemplary Course Award

AU Exemplary Course Award
Learner Support
Orientation to Course and LMS
Supportive Software (Plug-ins)
Instructor Role and Information
Course/Institutional Policies and Support
Technical Accessibility Issues
Accommodations for Disabilities
Feedback
Interaction / Collaboration
Communication Strategies
Development of a Learning Community
Interaction Logistics
Course Design
Goals and Objectives
Content Presentation
Learner Engagement  
Technology Use
Assessment
Expectations
Assessment Design
Self-assessment
Blackboard Exemplary Course Programme
Easily located
Appropriate level
Measurable outcomes
Placed in suitable areas of course
Goals and Objectives
Content Presentation
Chunked by learning unit
Easy navigation
Logical progression
Variety of presentation modes
Visual / auditory enhancements
Learner Engagement
Align learning activities with objectives
Active learning
Higher-order thinking (Bloom)
Individualised instruction
Technology Use
Actively engage students with content
Facilitate access to content
Creatively transcend teacher-centred approach
Variety of delivery media
Expectations
Assessment Design
Self-assessment
Align with objectives
Provide objectives for each assessment
Marking criteria
Clear instructions
Validity – measures what it is supposed to measure
Higher-order thinking (Bloom)
Mimic authentic tasks (key skills)
Frequent formative assessments
Variety of assessment types
Many opportunities
Meaningful feedback
Communication Strategies
Development of a Learning Community
Interaction Logistics
Plentiful opportunities as appropriate
Asynchronous promotes critical reflection / higher order thinking
Synchronous promotes rapid response (seminar-like)
Activities designed to build community
Student-to-student interaction is required
Collaboration reinforces outcomes and key skills
Guidelines for participation levels
Guidelines / examples of ‘good’ answer
Marking criteria
Tutor feedback
Course management, e. g. announcements
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