Resources

We will be using some core resources through the 3 days of the CDI. Each day, facilitators have also assembled resources that we hope will extend your learning. Those are included here as well.

Core Resources

Readings

Video

CDI Working Guide

  • You can choose to use the document in either Google Docs or MS Word:

Day 1 Resources

Course Design

  • CDI Workbook. You can choose to use the document in either Google Docs or MS Word:

Readings:

Online Course Design

Alternate Course Design Planning Approaches

  • Concept Maps

Learning Centered Practice

Learning Outcomes

Belonging, Diversity and Inclusion

Universal Design

  • Universal Design - UBC-O resource to help faculty with principles that can assist in designing inclusive speeches, presentations, and lectures.

Group Work

Expert-Novice Thinking

References

Support

  • Consultation related to the selection and use of learning technology to help you meet learning outcomes:

Day 2 Resources

Learning Outcomes

Assessment

Exam Wrapper
2 Stage Exam Process
Peer Assessment
Rubrics
Wikipedia Projects - UBC Examples
SPAN312 Murder, Madness, and Mayhem: Latin American Literature in Translation Jon Beasley-Murray
HIST 396 North American Environmental History Tina Loo
Linguistics Rose-Marie Déchaine
FNH 200 Exploring Our Foods Judy Chan

Learning Research

References

Allan, J. (1996). Learning outcomes in higher education. Studies in Higher Education 21(1): 93-108.

Harden, R. M. (2002). Learning outcomes and instructional objectives: is there a difference?. Medical teacher, 24(2), 151-155.

Kennedy, D., Hyland, A., Ryan, N. (2009). Learning outcomes and competences. Bologna Handbook, Introducing Bologna Objectives and Tools. Retrieved from: http://www.procesbolonski.uw.edu.pl/dane/learning-outcomes.pdf

Writing Learning Outcomes: A Guide for Academics (2007). Retrieved from: http://www.mon.gov.mk/images/documents/nacionalna_ramka/wlopml.pdf

Day 3 Resources

Teaching & Instructional Strategies

Blogs on Teaching

Active Learning :

Discipline-related Strategies

Expert-Novice Thinking

Group Work

  • Brickell, J. L., Porter, D. B., Reynolds, M. F., & Cosgrove, R. D., (1994). Assigning Students to Groups for Engineering Design Projects: A Comparison of Five Methods. Journal of Engineering Education, 7, 259-262. (From Brickell…. “allowing students to select their own groups results in poorest attitudes about course, their instructors, the project, and their classmates”)
  • Fiechtner, S. B., & Davis, E. A. (1985). Why some groups fail: A survey of students' experiences with learning groups. The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review, 9(4), 75-88.

Critical Thinking

Blended and Flipped Classrooms

  • Blended and Online Learning - excellent overview and resources: Vanderbilt U - Centre for Teaching.
  • UBC's Flexible Learning Initiative: Flexibytes: a UBC curated collection of news stories related to teaching practice.

Syllabus Design

Video and Multimedia

Support

  • Consultation related to the selection and use of learning technology to help you meet learning outcomes:
source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Course_Design_Intensive/Resources/November_2017