Articles Tagged with "Course Design "

Course Design Brainstorming Session II

Wed, 18 Jul, 2012    brainstormingcourse design

Interaction is key.

Do you have these three types of interaction in your course each week?

Katherine Spradley
Director of Distance Education
Campbell University

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Course Design Brainstorming Session II

Wed, 27 Jun, 2012    active learningblackboardbrainstormingcourse design

Web 2.0, Mashups, and other Integrative Technologies to use in Blackboard.

Katherine Spradley
Director of Distance Education
Campbell University

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Benjamin Bloom: Inspiring Higher Learning?

Tue, 5 Jun, 2012    active learningbloom's taxonomycourse designengagementstudent learning outcomes

Maybe you have heard of Bloom's Taxonomy and maybe not.

What can it do for you? Bloom's Taxonomy identifies and classifies levels of learning cognition. In a nut shell, this diagram shows a theoretical order in which we process information and learn.

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MOOC?

Thu, 31 May, 2012    continuing educationcourse designfaculty

What is a MOOC? MOOC is short for Massive Open Online Course. MOOCs allow you to attend a (typically) 'not for credit' course on just about any subject in an online environment.

Why should you care? MOOCs can provide another method for instructors to keep current in their respective fields or just another way to learn something new.

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