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6 Elements to Design & Deliver Your Own Course

August 10, 2014

Designing and delivering a course of your own is a special milestone for many educators. It is often indicative of professional autonomy in one's institution and the classroom. It's also a very fun and exciting process, especially when it relates to a subject you feel passionate about and enjoy.

If you're thinking or have an option of designing your own course, here are several course design and delivery elements that should be considered:

  1. Learning Outcomes:
  2. Design:​
  3. Holistically, the design of the course should fit nicely with all the learning outcomes.
  4. Planning and Analysis:
  5. Delivery:​​​​​
  6. Assessment:
  7. Is the assessment realistic?
  8. Is the assessment manageable?
  9. Evaluation:

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