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Designing an ExemplaryCourse Series
22Workshop ObjectiveBy the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:–Identify the elements of course designfrom t...
3What is an Exemplary Course?
44Blackboard Exemplary Course ProgramExemplary Course Program
5Exemplary Course Program RubricCourse DesignInteraction andCollaborationAssessmentLearner Support
6Course DesignGoals and ObjectivesContent PresentationLearner EngagementTechnology Use
77ECP Winner 2012 Course TourExemplary Course Tour
88Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan1. Goals and Objectives–Easily located–Explained clearly–Reflect desired learning ou...
99Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan2. Content Presentation–Provided in manageable segments–Easily navigated–Progression...
1010Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan3. Learner Engagement– Instructional strategies are designed to helplearners reach...
1111Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan4. Technology Use–Tools available within LMS are used inways that further learning...
1212Seven Principles For Good PracticeContactCooperationActive LearningFeedbackTime on TaskHigh ExpectationsWays of Learning
1313Designing an Exemplary Coursehttps://open.coursesites.com–Presentation Video–Course Tours–Scholarly Readings–Hands-On ...
14Course DesignGoals and ObjectivesContent PresentationLearner EngagementTechnology Use
1515Questions?ThankYou!
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  • 4 minutesWelcome participants. Distribute Participant’s Guide.
  • 1 minuteExplain to the participants that there are 4 main sections (Course Design, Interaction and Collaboration, Assessment, Learner Support) in the rubric. This workshop focuses on the first section, Course Design. Tell the participants that the complete rubric is located in the Participant’s Guide.
  • 1 minute Tell the participants that there are four main subsections for Course Design, which will be described in more detail in the following slides. Goals and ObjectivesContent PresentationLearner EngagementTechnology Use
  • 2 minutesReview the four main parts of the Course Design subsection of ECP rubric.Goals and ObjectivesContent PresentationLearner EngagementTechnology Use
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    1. 1. Designing an ExemplaryCourse Series
    2. 2. 22Workshop ObjectiveBy the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:–Identify the elements of course designfrom the Blackboard Exemplary CourseProgram Rubric.
    3. 3. 3What is an Exemplary Course?
    4. 4. 44Blackboard Exemplary Course ProgramExemplary Course Program
    5. 5. 5Exemplary Course Program RubricCourse DesignInteraction andCollaborationAssessmentLearner Support
    6. 6. 6Course DesignGoals and ObjectivesContent PresentationLearner EngagementTechnology Use
    7. 7. 77ECP Winner 2012 Course TourExemplary Course Tour
    8. 8. 88Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan1. Goals and Objectives–Easily located–Explained clearly–Reflect desired learning outcomes–Provided for specific units/modules of thecourse
    9. 9. 99Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan2. Content Presentation–Provided in manageable segments–Easily navigated–Progression within units is intuitive–Presented using a variety of media–Supplementary materials are provided
    10. 10. 1010Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan3. Learner Engagement– Instructional strategies are designed to helplearners reach course goals and objectives– Learners are provided clear guidance on howto use the course content to achieveobjectives– Activities encourage higher order thinking– Remedial and advanced activities provided
    11. 11. 1111Beginning Your Exemplary Course Plan4. Technology Use–Tools available within LMS are used inways that further learning–Arrangement of tools facilitates efficientlearning experiences–Innovative uses of tools or technologiesenable learning in a variety of ways
    12. 12. 1212Seven Principles For Good PracticeContactCooperationActive LearningFeedbackTime on TaskHigh ExpectationsWays of Learning
    13. 13. 1313Designing an Exemplary Coursehttps://open.coursesites.com–Presentation Video–Course Tours–Scholarly Readings–Hands-On Activities
    14. 14. 14Course DesignGoals and ObjectivesContent PresentationLearner EngagementTechnology Use
    15. 15. 1515Questions?ThankYou!
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