AHCJ 579 Instructional Effectiveness
Online course taught winter quarter / 3 units
Instructor: Laura Alipoon
Note: Can be used for professional development and paid for with employee tuition benefits.
Development of strategies for instructional effectiveness, evaluation, and assessment processes.
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
- Examine their philosophy of teaching and learning.
- Describe and apply best practices for divergent distributive learning methods. For example face-to-face, online, or digitally enhanced.
- Illustrate how to utilize and support a minimum of five different teaching approaches or instructional strategies in a curriculum. (Eight approaches/strategies will be provided for you to choose from.)
- Prepare a comprehensive course syllabus including relevant and measurable learning objectives you have produced for each course topic from the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains.
- Create a lesson plan for one module/presentation.
- Formulate strategies for evaluating learners including utilizing testing, rubrics, and calculating and assigning grades.
- Evaluate instructional effectiveness.
Terminal Objective - upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
- Critically evaluate a curriculum for effectiveness.
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