With Coursetune’s new Outcome Scales feature, you’ll be able to advance your instructional design by tracking progress toward curriculum goals or adding labeling scales.
In our latest release, we’ve put significant emphasis on collaboration. To help you get your team in harmony, we’ve added five new reports.
Today we announced that Academic Partnerships has acquired Coursetune. We couldn’t be more thrilled! This acquisition will help us achieve our goals on a broader scale.
As we move into planning for the next school year, K-12 districts and schools are looking for tools to map out their curriculum. We recently sat down with David Long at the Galloway School to discuss why his school switched to Coursetune to help meet their curriculum...
It’s challenging to develop lessons to address multiple standards, especially if there’s no shared understanding across your school of who teaches what and when. Collaborative Curriculum Mapping can help break down the barriers between assessments and objectives. CourseTune has the tools to help you remove the barriers.
We’ve refreshed the report interface in our latest release. Our goal? Easily unlock the insights in your data.
Is your program trying to meet accreditation standards? CTU used CourseTune to align their curriculum to accreditation & also improved student outcomes.
Got courses with multiple sections? Want to be sure all sections meet course objectives even with different formats & instructors? Enter CourseTune Variations.
Do your diversity, Equity, & Inclusion initiatives find their way into your curriculum? Can you find your DEI courses, learning objectives, & assignments in your curriculum map?
Quality, Partnerships, and a Little Fun: Curriculum Alignment at the Harvard Division of Continuing Education
Have you ever wondered what’s really in your curriculum? Have you dug in deep to figure out what your students are learning and how it aligns with your program’s outcomes? Have you been looking for ways to engage faculty in the curriculum design process? Are you tired of slogging through spreadsheets and documents trying to find answers? The Digital Teaching and Learning Group at the Harvard Division of Continuing Education turned to CourseTune to help answer these questions.