Center for Teaching and Learning

Course Design

Blended Learning

Are you interested in a blended course or flipped class design? Pre-recording lectures for the students to watch at home can be challenging, but it also gives you the ability to move away from the "sage on the stage" model and incorporate more active learning in your classroom. The resources below will tell you the why and how of blended learning.

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Syllabus Assistance

Online classes can be tricky for both students and instructors alike.  That being said, the Center for Teaching and Learning at CLU can help create templates that will help students locate items that their instructors want them to have, while making it easier for instructors to know where to add content.

BPS- Sample Online Course Template

When planning how you will get from point A to point B, it is good to have a map. Instructional Designers use Course Design Maps (CDMs) to start at your destination (what you want your students to learn) and helps you work backwards to develop an effective, quality course.

Course Design Map

There are several types of instruction that count as instructor-led Carnegie hours. This document describes several of them, and some tips to be aware of when using them.

What counts as Instructor Led Time of Carnegie Hours

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Do you like using Bb for assignments? Download these rubrics that you can import into Bb, or email and he will upload them to your course for you.

  1. Civic Engagement
  2. Creative Thinking
  3. Critical Thinking
  4. Ethical Reasoning
  5. Foundations and Skills for Lifelong Learning
  6. Global Learning
  7. Information Literacy
  8. Inquiry and Analysis
  9. Integrative Learning
  10. Intercultural Knowledge and Competence
  11. Oral Communication
  12. Problem Solving
  13. Quantitative Literacy
  14. Reading
  15. Teamwork
  16. Written Communication


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