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How Curriculum Mapping Software Can Make Higher Education Collaborative Complex questions and diverse viewpoints come up when you bring faculty together to work on a curriculum. Even when the team genuinely wants to contribute to the process and you’ve made sure that they have the...Read More
Has higher education devolved into a mere transaction, in which students exchange money, complete assignments, and “jump through instructor hoops” for credits and degrees? Do the discipline silos in higher education disadvantage learners who are entering an increasingly interdisciplinary workforce? For Dr. Maria Andersen (a.k.a....Read More
Every industry has their own jargon. Good instructional design will incorporate this unique vocabulary throughout the curriculum as appropriate. This language of the field for a content area provides learners with the declarative knowledge required for an informed and intelligent conversation. ...Read More
5 Ways to Use Instructional Design For E-Learning. Nowadays, anyone can make an online course and upload it as e-learning, much in the same way that anyone can make a video and put it on YouTube or take a photo and post it on Instagram. But you will...Read More
Planning a curriculum can become a high-stakes project if you can’t keep track of all the relevant information. And there are so many pieces of information to organize: learning outcomes, courses, industry standards, regional and national accreditations, assessment alignment, and more....Read More
Right now, postsecondary accreditation is in a state of flux. If you're wondering when isn't accreditation evolving, you're right. As governing bodies and accreditors continue to negotiate standards, colleges and universities are scrambling to meet constantly shifting requirements.  There’s a lot at stake.  At the...Read More
How Instructional Design Benefits Your Learning Programs Developing a learning program systematically is a large part of the instructional design process. The core idea behind instructional design is to develop strategies to engage students so that they understand and are able to use the content...Read More
Improving Student Outcomes with Instructional Design Larry Jacobs of Education Talk Radio asked just that in a podcast with Amy Schneider and Jacque Harris, two IDs at Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC). “The focus is very much on developing relationships and meeting the needs of...Read More
Podcast "Map Your Curriculum" with NYU Chris Zakrzewski What would a course look and feel like if its outcomes were continually refined and revised to meet the ever-changing needs of its students? Podcast host Larry Jacobs of Education Talk Radio discusses curriculum mapping with Chris...Read More
Education Talk Radio Podcast with Maria Andersen and Diane Weaver As educators, we know that mapping our curriculum, aligning our plans with course standards, collaborating with others, planning pretests and posttests, and analyzing data makes us better teachers. We also know that it helps our...Read More
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