Creating a Syllabus

The format of a syllabus helps to enhance understanding of how coursework relates to learning goals. The traditional syllabus format provides a list of items, typically broken down by each weekly unit and expected due date. But rather than listing the coursework, the new design is developed using a conceptual roadmap or flow chart to help the student better understand how topics relate to each other. Better yet, create a traditional syllabus and a companion flow chart. This may be more work for the instructor, but it can help foster student success. Learn More >>


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