A checklist of the content recommended for the first day of class in a new semester. The checklist is appropriate for both classroom and online courses.
A video introduction to the basic foundations of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
A video describing the process of course alignment and an introduction to assessments.
A video describing how to create course learning objectives.
An explanation of course alignment, how to achieve it using a course alignment grid template, and sample grid of a well-aligned course.
Faculty showcase presentation by Amelia Jones. A resource on how to create inclusive curriculum by decolonizing course and program content.
A list of common questions from instructors regarding learning objectives and best-practice answers.
This guide serves as an explanation of using in-class work to evaluate student participation, and why in-class work is preferred over less-structured forms of participation. Suggestions for facilitating in-class work, and samples, are provided.
An introduction to the flipped course, a course design style that is more consistent with theories of human learning than traditional lecture-style courses and supported by educational research.
An introduction to Bloom’s Taxonomy and its use in designing course learning objectives and assessments.