While the form and content of a syllabus vary widely by discipline, course, and instructor, in all cases, the syllabus provides the instructor and students with a common reference point that sets the stage for learning throughout the course. In this workshop we’ll discuss and practice strategies for designing a syllabus that best supports your students’ learning. Bring your own draft syllabi (or rough ideas) to work on in this session.

 

Faciliated by the Center for Teaching and Learning

When: 
February 6, 2014 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Where: 
Miller 112

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