A Framework for Learning and Teaching
The Learning Model was created to help support faculty efforts to deepen the student learning experience. Individuals from across campus have helped develop a set of simple, practitioner- oriented tools using the framework of the Learning Model. These tools have been organized around five questions:
What are my course learning outcomes?
- Outcomes Overview
- Learning Outcomes Taxonomies
- Selecting the Scope of Outcomes
- Refining Learning Outcomes Statements
- Aligning Outcomes & Instructional Methods
- The Process for Defining Outcomes
How can I strengthen the "architecture" of my course?
- Architecture Overview
- Tapping Intrinsic Motivation
- The Course Syllabus
- Creating a New Course
- Instructional Strategies and Learning Model
- Evaluating My Course
- A Course Architecture Process
- Campus Quality Model
- Hybrid Course Guidelines
What is my plan to prepare?
What is my plan to teach one another?
- Teach One Another Overview
- Creating a Participatory Environment
- Including Reluctant Students
- Classroom Management
- Paired Learning
- Mutual Peer Tutoring
- Instructor Role in Teach One Another
- Teaching Students to Work in Groups
- Learning in Groups
- Discussion-based Learning
- Developing Inspired Questions
- Problem-based Instruction
- Socratic Instruction
What is my plan to ponder/prove?