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short talk on Course Unit Design in Pretoria for the chemistry faculty of Tshwane University of Technology

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  • 1. Course unit design: decisions, decisions… Koos Winnips
  • 2. Constructive alignment
    • Unity of:
    Assessment Learner activities Learning objectives
  • 3. Objectives
    • What knowledge and skills should student have after the course?
    • After completing <name of the course unit> , students must be able to :
    • Bloom taxonomy:
      • Knowledge, insight, application, integration
      • Motor skills, interactive/social/communicative, attitude
  • 4. Action verbs
  • 5. Assessment
    • What do you want to see of your students after they finish?
    • How do they prove they are capable/knowledgeable?
    • Decide for each goal how they prove themselves
  • 6. Learner activities
    • How do you help your students to reach the objectives?
    • What should be in between objectives and assessment?
    • Examples of teaching methods and activities include the following:
    • supervision meeting
    • group/individual assignment
    • assignment
    • role play
    • expert interview
    • formative test
    • guest lecture
    • group project
    • creating a product
    • writing a paper or an article
    • writing a project plan or a grant application
    • lecture
    • observation
    • peer review
    • practical
    • holding a presentation
    • report
    • video analysis
    • tutorial
  • 7. 100% 20% 15% 20% 10% 20% 15% Total Assignment 20% 20% Learning objective D Examination 10% 10% Learning objective C Examination 30% 15% 15% Learning objective B Examination 5% 5% Learning objective A Test type Total Attitude Interactive, social and communicative Motor skills Problem solving (analysis, synthesis, evaluation) Application Insight (understanding) Knowledge (reproduction) Learning objectives Skills Knowledge
  • 8. Thanks for your attention!