Links to USC resources to help faculty determine the type of General Education (GE) course they are teaching and the corresponding course requirements, such as reading load and assignment types.
Resources: Course design
A video describing Cognitive Task Analysis (CTA) and how it can be applied to assignment descriptions.
A general structure and options for case-based role play activities and assignments.
This video explains a method to visualize student growth and the zone of proximal development (ZPD).
A description of a five-step model that instructors can use in designing in-class reflective assignments.
A video describing considerations when creating course policies.
Considerations for determining synchronous and asynchronous content during course design.
A video describing Bloom’s Taxonomy and how it can be applied to learning objectives and course design.
A video by Karla Heidelberg describing rubrics.
A video introduction to the basic foundations of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).