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Creating Significant Learning Experiences by L. Dee Fink

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Creating Significant Learning Experiences by L. Dee Fink

  1. 1. Creating Significant Learning Experiences By L. Dee Fink Presented by Guy Sack, M.A., Management Fellow Boston University Questrom School of Business
  2. 2. Steps in Integrated Course Design: Phase 1 1. Situational Factors (Already covered) 2.Learning Goals (Already covered) 3.Feedback & Assessment (Already covered) 4.Teaching & Learning Activities 5. Integrate the Component Parts
  3. 3. Steps in Integrated Course Design: Phase 2 6.Course Structure 7.Teaching Strategy 8.Overall Set of Learning Activities
  4. 4. Steps in Integrated Course Design: Phase 3 9.Grading System 10.Possible Problems 11.Write Syllabus 12.Evaluation of Course and Teaching
  5. 5. Teaching, Learning, Integrating Explain components for holistic view Info/ideas, doing, and observing Rich learning experiences New ways to introduce ideas In depth reflective writing Learning portfolios Integrate with situational factors
  6. 6. Phase 2 6. Structure • Four to seven course themes • Specify the sequence 7. Strategy • Strategy over technique • Team-based strategies • Problem-based strategies • Accelerated learning 8. Scheme of activities • Differentiation and integration
  7. 7. Phase 3 9. Put together the grading system • Diversity of graded items • Items reflecting full range of goals and activities • Relative weight reflects relative importance 10. Identify what might go wrong • So you can make sure it doesn’t
  8. 8. Phase 3 (cont’d) 11. Write the syllabus • General info (eg – teacher’s name, office hours) • Goals, structure, sequence • Texts, grades, policies 12. Plan an evaluation of the course and your teaching • Midterm assessment • Multiple sources
  9. 9. Thank You!

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