This post was written by Theresa Moore, Ph.D., Faculty Development Specialist at KCELT. Every semester I spend a bulk of the first week of classes building community – not focused on content. This practice helps me to connect with students and build trust between me and them and among each other. One activity I engage […]
New Vision, Values and Strategic Priorities for the college.
When we try to design learning experiences, it is fundamental to know what techniques can be used by teachers and students. This document provides an overview on how these strategies can be classified, as well as some examples.
“A year after this course is over, I want and hope that my students will…” This phrase is the cornerstone for Dee Fink approach regarding Designing Significant Learning Goals (Learning Outcomes). This document provides an overview regarding this method.
This templates can support you in the design of learning experiences aiming student engagement and interaction in the class.
This document provides an introduction to Backwards Design.