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Designing for Outcomes

Assessment

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Learning Taxonomies

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Post coming soon! Resources related to Bloom’s Taxonomy: Understanding Bloom’s Taxonomy Guide to Taxonomies of Learning Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Handout for Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Verbs for the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy

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Modalities

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Although the name of this website is Designing for Online Learning, the principles of online course design can be applied in courses that are not conducted fully online. In fact, there are three course modalities that make use of online components to the course. The first modality to consider is the traditional classroom where teacher and students meet together in the same physical space. In this scenario, less than 10 percent of in-class time is conducted online or via technology. However, a teacher might want her students to make use of electronic copies of course documents or other online resources like articles or videos. She might also want to encourage her students to collaborate with each other using online tools like discussion forums or Google tools (Docs, Slides, Sheets, etc.) as they work on a group project. Or, a teacher might want her students to take quizzes or submit papers...

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Blended Learning

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Backward Design

Backward Design

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Post coming soon! For further reading: Understanding by Design (UbD) white paper (McTighe and Wiggins) Overview of Backward Design (from IU) Resources for Backward Design (from IU) Writing Course-level Learning Outcomes (from TTU)

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