Curriculum Development

Developing new academic programs involves designing clear learning outcomes and aligning those outcomes with teaching and learning activities and assessment strategies.

Preparing for Curriculum Development

Contact Provost Office

If you are writing a proposal for a credit program for submission to Campus Alberta, please contact the Provost’s Office for guidance. You may be able to work with a Program Proposal Support Specialist who can advise you on the necessary documentation.

Program-level Learning Outcomes

Read the Program-Level Learning Outcomes handout

Create a List of Questions

Create a list of questions to discuss with the consultant.

The Taylor Institute can provide support for groups and individuals who are developing a program such as a certificate, diploma, or degree at the undergraduate or graduate level.

We can work together to develop solid learning outcomes, generate curriculum maps for the program, and evaluate learning outcomes, student assessments, and teaching and learning activities to ensure that the program is focused, thorough and aligned. Contact us for more information about a consultation or workshop.

 

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