“Why waste time learning, when ignorance is instantaneous?
Continuing with the reading of Ko and Rossen, Chapter 3: Course Design and Development, pp. 63-end, I found really attractive goodies:
The Table 3.2 is a useful template when you are in the middle of the course organization chaos. So I tried to apply this template to a course session related to Concept Maps. This is the result:
Some considerations that seemed particularly relevant are referred to Assessment:
- Consider a good proportion of questions from different sources: lectures, readings, in-class activities.
- The use of different methods of evaluation (quizzes, essays, discussion participation)
Online class tours
The sequence of courses shows different methods and structures. This expresses different personal points of view and a particular vision of the builder, but also the influence of the course subject and the student’s experience in the use of the technology. This represent a varied gallery of courses.
In building a course I should consider a weekly proposal, like the weekly design presented by Lisa in one of the tutorials.