The Commons

Success Starts with Good Design

Student experience and effective teaching and learning success in the classroom begins and ends with good design.

Creating productive and efficient course designs is not easy and requires a lot of self-analysis and reflection.

There is a wealth of great information on course planning and design available on the web. Check out the links and resources listed to help you to either started or to take the next step in course design.
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  • 7 different learning styles are described on the learning-styles-online site.  There’s also free assessment tools you can use with your students to identify their learning style preferences.
  • A resource page hosted by the University of New South Wales that explores how people learn
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Lakeland College’s official course outlines can be found on our Internet Course Outline Development system ICODev website. This is where course outlines are designed, edited and reviewed. For more information about ICODev contact Donna Horpestad

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