Course Design, Delivery and Evaluation
Understand the design, planning and development of course content to align with context and purpose. Analyse the concepts and processes of curriculum design. Examine flexible approaches, and the benefits and issues of online learning
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- analyse the concepts and processes of curriculum design
- examine flexible approaches to curriculum design, including the foundations and issues associated with online/technologically-mediated learning
- embed, use and critically reflect upon the use of learning technologies in curriculum design
- assess standards and issues in curriculum evaluation, evaluation models, types, methods and tools.
- Defining curriculum
- Curriculum design principles
- Curriculum planning
- Developing learning goals
- Selecting teaching and learning activities and resources
- Online learning
- Learning technologies
- Evaluation of curriculum
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject covers the design, planning and development of degree/unit content with reference to both context and purpose/s. It considers the development of learning goals: how to develop specific learning outcomes, teaching-learning activities and teaching resources. The emphasis is on flexible approaches to delivery, including technologically-mediated learning. Students will also become proficient in the evaluation of curriculum.
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- Assessment (60%)
- Evaluation (40%)