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Saturday, November 4 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Integrated Course Design: Connecting Students to Their Potential as Learners

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Using Fink's (2013) Taxonomy for significant learning and integrated course design as a framework when structuring courses fosters deep connections between students and the course material, their potential as learners, and ultimately the overall experience of learning. This workshop will engage participants in creating the foundation for transformative learning.

Attendees will be introduced to Fink's (2013) Taxonomy for significant learning and integrated course design through a mini-lecture. The presenter's course syllabus will be used as an example. They will then write 1-2 of their own learning outcomes for a course they facilitate using Fink's Taxonomy. Next, there will be mini-lecture on the differences between active learning and assessment activities, as well as auditive versus educative assessment activities. Participants will work in groups to complete short case studies and then will use Fink's (2013) Integrated course design chart to match their learning outcomes with active learning and assessment activities.

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Saturday November 4, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
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