Designing Courses

students talking

18 Apr 2018

3pm to 5pm

This seminar will review a range of established models that can be used for designing curricula, as well as some principles of good design. These models can help course teams to ‘translate’ underpinning principles and course philosophies into particular approaches to course design, teaching and assessment. In particular, participants will be invited to identify learning trajectories that address both the objectives and processes of learning within a particular subject area, and reflect on the modes of assessment that will best support this learning.  

Who should attend? 
UAL course leaders and course team members with a responsibility for validating or revalidating academic programmes.  The session should prove especially useful for those preparing for the development approval stage of the (re)validation process. Please bring your VSC paperwork with you!

This session is one of a series introduced as part of the Enriching and Transforming Curricula (etc) initiative.

This session will be delivered by Corony Edwards, visiting consultant, and Elizabeth Staddon, Head of Arts Education in the Teaching and Learning Exchange.

The Teaching and Learning Exchange supports teaching and learning enhancement at UAL, working in partnership with staff and students.  We offer a variety of workshops and seminars to support staff development, as well as more formal teaching qualifications.