How to Succeed in Course Design Without Really Trying

Document created by jesco@instructure.com Employee on May 22, 2015Last modified by carrie@instructure.com on Jun 16, 2015
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Presenters: Carrie Saarinen and Jane Esco

 

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  SESSION DESCRIPTION

 

So you spend three months building a course only to find that it doesn’t fit your needs anymore. Or, you suddenly are granted an opportunity which requires repurposing of your course materials. In this workshop, we focus on Canvas features that support just-in-time course design so you can adapt quickly to meet the changing demands of your audiences (and keep your sanity).

 

LOCATION MAP & ROOM

 

Westgate Hotel - Bison 1 & 2 Room

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  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

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Some Things to Think About Before the Session . . .

 

Consider the types of challenges that you've experienced when teaching your course - challenges with learners? with course design? with a specific tool/area in the course?

 

We'll explore these various situations that arise, and then discuss and share solutions during the session. Take home ideas that you may find useful when teaching your own courses, some that you may never have even thought of!

 

Questions? Comments?

 

Feel free to share your thoughts or questions in the comments section below!

 

If you're interested in reviewing the report on complexity and depth of course design, check it out here!

 

If you're interested in repeating this character card scenario activity at your own institution you can find the google slide deck here. Images of the ideas you came up with are also found on the Google Slide.

 

Thank  you for joining us today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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