Designing Your Course
UConn makes a variety of technological tools available to enhance your teaching, as well as staff resources to help show you how to use them.
The first step in developing a course to define the intended learning outcomes. CETL provides guidance on how to create learning objectives for your course and to align the course activities and assessments to these objectives.
The syllabus serves as a usual tool to let your students know what to expect from the course and from you, along with what is expected of them.
Not all classes look the same. To achieve your learning objectives, a variety of teaching and learning techniques can be implemented.
Technology can play an important part in a course. Selecting the correct tool can take time. CETL provides resources on which technology tools are best for different situations.
Designing strong and engaging PowerPoint presentations can take work. Along with our own guidance, CETL has brought in content experts for their guidance.
Hybrid/blended course design provides the benefits of in-person and online learning. The in-person time is spent on active learning and skills development, while the online learning is utilized for knowledge attainment.
The online course design provides the learner with the flexibility of time and space. A well-designed online course requires extensive planning.
How Can We Help You?
Our professional staff and faculty are available to help you with questions. From uploading your syllabus, navigating HuskyCT, to educational technologies as learning tools, to creating an online course from scratch. We are here to help!
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