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This course presents an overview of curriculum development & an introduction to the Instructional Systems Design Model. Participants will learn to design & evaluate curriculum, develop instructional materials, assess student learning & measure instructional outcomes for use in online classes from K-20 and beyond. Topics include preparation of course outlines & syllabi, development of lessons plans, design of evaluation instruments and an explanation of how learning objectives & evaluation strategies affect the selection of content and materials.

  • NOTE  This course is second required course for both the Teaching Online & the Teaching Adult Learners certificates. Students must complete pre-requisite: EDUC 30989/40989 Introduction to Online Learning prior to enrolling in this course. Previously offered as EDUC 30990.

  • COURSE NUMBER  EDUC-40990
  • CREDIT  2.00 unit(s)


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