Constructive Alignment is an approach to course design which begins with the end in mind (i.e. what should students know and be able to demonstrate at the end of the course). It assumes that when learning objectives, assessment methods, and teaching and learning activities are intentionally aligned, that the outcomes of learning are improved substantially (Blumberg, 2009).
This document explores the various phases of Critical Reflection, such as identifying, assessing, and transforming of assumptions, within an educational context.
This document explores the role of experiential learning as a key element of the learning process.
This document outlines suggested methods for encouraging meaningful discussions within a class setting.
A sample discussion rubric to help assess the quality of class discussions.
Tips on creating effective course learning objectives.