Learning and teaching design
Learning and teaching design aims to deliver better learning outcomes and experiences for students by improving the quality of teaching activities, assessment and course materials. As a general principle, it emphasises opportunities for students to actively participate in the construction of their own learning.
Learning and teaching design is an integral component of USQ's use of technology-enhanced and fleximode strategies as a means of improving student learning.
The design process can involve:
The design process applies to the following learning and teaching activities, regardless of study mode (on-campus, distance or fleximode):
writing course learning objectives
developing assessment tasks and criteria
developing disciplinary knowledge
providing practicum or experiential modules, such as work-based learning
planning specific teaching activities and designing course materials, including fleximode options
providing learning support materials
planning opportunities for technology enhanced learning
evaluation of teaching, courses and programs.
USQ's AV/Media Services offer a wide range of services which can assist you with flexible delivery of your course materials, including video, audio and replication services.
Course and program guides
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