Course Design

Course Design

by George J. Posner, Alan N. Rudnitsky

Paperback(3rd ed)

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The authors has written a book that bridges theory and practice in curriculum development. This book is field-tested providing educators with invaluable concepts and skills for planning effective courses. Course Design offers features such as exercises, representative examples, a glossary of terms, bibliographic references, as well as sample course designs completed by other students. The step-by-step process of actually designing a course makes this book a unique approach to learning curriculum development skills. There is a greater emphasis on planning curriculum for diverse populations. This book explores a narrative approach to curriculum development. For teachers, future teachers, or educators.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780582286665
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Publication date: 01/01/1986
Edition description: 3rd ed
Pages: 210

Table of Contents

(Each Chapter Concludes With References.)

1. Getting Oriented.

2. Setting a Direction.

3. Developing a Course Rationale.

4. Refining Intended Learning Outcomes.

5. Forming Units of the Course.

6. Organizing the Course's Units.

7. Developing General Teaching Strategies.

8. Planning a Course Evaluation.

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