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EDAH 5103 Spring 2011 - A Course in College Teaching

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Date Added to MERLOT: September 07, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 02, 2014
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Submitter : Damon Johnson


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... More

college teaching, assessment, course design

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Graduate School, Professional
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Language: English
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Avatar for Mary Ann Remnet
2 years ago

Mary Ann Remnet (Administrator)

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.

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 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.

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