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The Course in College Teaching is a graduate level course designed as part of the College Teacing Certificate Program at the University of Oklahoma. The College Teaching Certificate Program was designed by Dee Fink and has been a graduate level certificate program at OU for over 10 years. I redesigned the foundation course in...
The Course in College Teaching is a graduate level course designed as part of the College Teacing Certificate Program at the University of Oklahoma. The College Teaching Certificate Program was designed by Dee Fink and has been a graduate level certificate program at OU for over 10 years. I redesigned the foundation course in 2006 to focus more on course design leading to classroom teaching strategies that are practiced in graduate teaching assignments. While we continued some teaching exercises in the course, the emphasis in the course was critically examining how to design a course that draws from literature on effective teaching and learning. To facilitate learning, students designed courses in their discipline over the course of the semester. The course design is "inquiry based" and is easily replicable. While Dr. Fink's book is not necessarily designed as a "text", it provides a great foundation for thinking about how to design courses and served this course quite well.
Excellent! Your use of multimedia youtube videos immediately drew attention to your subject without being preachy - way to evidence active learning. Concepts were clearly presented, and I appreciated that you addressed both tech-savvy and newer to tech learners. Menu structures were easy to follow.
Although I haven't used this yet, I will use it both for teaching, and my own active learning. Use of outside resource, SALG for assessment and evals is personally, very helpful.
One comment: link to SALG signin page is a redirect to MERLOT. This can be changed to move user straight to MERLOT.
It's hard to separate the tech remarks from the content, because you did such a good job integrating them. In blended learining environments, this is so important, and in keeping with your learning design theme, you evidenced it very well.