The versions of your course plan (v 2.0 - 3.0) are returned to the Course Plan -forum of your own peer group = Peer Groups (on the left).
Version 1.0 (pre-assignment)
Version 2.0 DL 6.11.2020 As
a pre-assignment, you have already written about the basic information
and course connections on other courses. Continue the work by adding
text to the following themes (see the course plan template):
Course connections on programme level learning outcomes (you can use for example Table 1, see the course plan template)
Content (for example core content analysis)
Intended learning outcomes (including also skills such as group work, presentation skills etc.)
Version 3.0 (DL 23.11.2020 peer feedback 24.-27.11.2020): To this version, add the following chapters and pedagogically justify your choices:
Assessment: methods, criteria, scale. Remember to justify your choices.
Teaching methods with justified choices.
Materials used during the course
This is the version your peers are going to give peer feedback about (in your own groups' Course Plan -forum).
When you give feedback on course plans, you may use the following questions to guide your work:
Read the ILOs (intended learning outcomes) – are they written from the
students’ perspective, do they state at which level ( e.g. Bloom
taxonomy) student should be after the course?
Pay attention to constructive alignment: can you see the connection
between ILOs, assessment and teaching methods, content, used materials?
You can also comment on other parts of the course plan.
Version 4.0 (DL 2.12.2020): To this version, add the following chapters and pedagogically justify your choices:
Course workload (both from students and the teacher's side)
workload realistic taken the student group (bachelor, masters, Ph.D. students)?
is the workload distributed evenly/unevenly? What might cause the perception of
-How do you use digital tools/platforms in your course (e.g. Wiki, MyCourses, Adobe Connect, A+, Rubyric, Presemo…). Give also justifications for using chosen tools.
Please note! Use the drop box below!
This is the version the course instructors will give their feedback about DL 8.12.2020.