Course Design<br />Course Design requires the alignment of three major components.<br />
WIDS Learning Plan<br />Learning Plan 1Communication Situations<br />Overview<br />Employers, employees, and organizations...
TEACHER PRESENCE<br />ANNOUNCEMENTS<br />DISCUSSIONS: Lecture notes, activate prior knowledge, questions that foster criti...
ADDITIONAL AVENUES FOR TEACHER PRESENCE<br />AUDIO MESSAGES<br />INSTANT MESSAGES<br />
Learning Object - interactive<br />SoftChalk – authoring software; creates interactive activities such as hotspots and dra...
TUTORIAL - interactive<br />
Peer REVIEW<br />WIKI – Would also work for peer review and  group collaboration<br />Smarthinking – Online tutors review ...
SAMPLE SCORING GUIDE<br />Rating Scale<br />3: Response is complete, accurate, and detailed2: Response is partial, mostly ...
Check for alignment<br />Course Design requires the alignment of three major components.<br />
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  • Design And Teach A Course

    1. 1. Course Design<br />Course Design requires the alignment of three major components.<br />
    2. 2. WIDS Learning Plan<br />Learning Plan 1Communication Situations<br />Overview<br />Employers, employees, and organizations involved in human interaction benefit from effective communication. To increase the effectiveness of our communication, we need to understand the dynamics of communication. By analyzing the elements of communication and factors such as perception, timing, and communication networks, we can begin to increase the impact of our communication in whatever environment we interact. In this learning plan you will examine a variety of communication situations and the kinds of communication strategies that are most effective for various situations.<br />Target Competency<br />Analyze communication situations<br />
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    5. 5. TEACHER PRESENCE<br />ANNOUNCEMENTS<br />DISCUSSIONS: Lecture notes, activate prior knowledge, questions that foster critical thinking<br />
    6. 6. ADDITIONAL AVENUES FOR TEACHER PRESENCE<br />AUDIO MESSAGES<br />INSTANT MESSAGES<br />
    7. 7. Learning Object - interactive<br />SoftChalk – authoring software; creates interactive activities such as hotspots and drag & drop.<br />
    8. 8. TUTORIAL - interactive<br />
    9. 9. Peer REVIEW<br />WIKI – Would also work for peer review and group collaboration<br />Smarthinking – Online tutors review and provide feedback on papers; instructors could ask students to revise papers based on feedback<br />
    10. 10. SAMPLE SCORING GUIDE<br />Rating Scale<br />3: Response is complete, accurate, and detailed2: Response is partial, mostly accurate details1: Response includes minimal information and random details0: There is little or no response<br />
    11. 11. Check for alignment<br />Course Design requires the alignment of three major components.<br />

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