Ken Miller and I were talking today about the significance of Learning Objectives and Outcomes when using Course Builder in D2L.
Learning Objectives and Outcomes are the foundation of Quality Matters (http://www.qmprogram.org/). If you want to go through the QM process, please consider the Center for Continuing Studies: http://www.stcloudstate.edu/continuingstudies/default.asp
Sue Erickstad (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mike Penrod (email@example.com) can help you with information how to complete the process.
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Ken Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I sat today as part of our Technology Week gatherings and were wondering how faculty is using these tools.
We won’t to hear other faculty how they integrate Learning Objectives and Outcomes through the process of building a D2L Course using Course Builder.
Good morning folks,
by faculty request, pls have the link to a handout:
D2L Week: January 14-18
Monday, January 14, 1-2PM
Introduction and Orientation
Tuesday, January 15, 1-2PM
Wednesday, January 16, 1-2PM
Thursday, January 17, 1-2PM
D2L and Pedagogy: A Practical Guide for Learning and Teaching
Friday, January 18, 1-2PM
News, LOR, Rubrics: Improved teaching and learning
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