An essential component for consolidating your learning is also to assess and reflect on how your knowledge has changed. Take a moment to evaluate your learning through the following 4 statements. Decide where you would situate yourself for each. If you select ‘Unsure’ for any or would like to develop further in any area, you can request a consultation through firstname.lastname@example.org. A learning expert from the CTL will contact you to book a meeting.
Course alignment is critical to good course design. The process helps validate that all components of the course work together to deliver a quality curriculum and support student learning success. As a final activity in this module, take a moment to reflect on how your course alignment process supports your commitment to teaching excellence.
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Meyers, N. M., & Nulty, D. D. (2009). How to use (five) curriculum design principles to align authentic learning environments, assessment, students’ approaches to thinking and learning outcomes. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 34(5), 565-577.