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Leader’s Guide – Start Up 1. Objective and Outcome 2. Vision Statement 3. Mission/Goals/Objectives: a. Handout: Tell faculty that a course in the ideal world is designed around outcomes. Let’s look at this handout. (Read and emphasize that this is a reference for them.) 4. Pre-Assessment (Explain & Read: BASIC/Developing/Complete): a. Identify where course is in development: i. Ask faculty to use rubric to pre-assess peer’s course. Where is your course? Check-mark those areas in Basic, Developing, and Complete. ii. Now look at where you are in your course: see what you need to add to complete your current level. 5. Course Track: a. Ask faculty to use Yes/No chart to identify peer’s course track. b. See the outcome bubble: this is what needs to be done to bring course on an initial track to online effectiveness. i. Use Pre-Assessment rubric to identify additional gaps in course enhancement. 6. 3 Step Process: a. Write or rewrite SLOs b. Map SLOs c. Peer Review (intended to give you feedback on what you have produced). 7. FAQ’s (handout) 8. Online Course Menu- Template: a. This template will be duplicated into your course shell on the LMS. b. Use the course menu navigation descriptions to understand what assets/content needs to be populated onto the LMS. 9. Timeline: a. Now that you know what the process is, please schedule your timeline for your activities. b. Milestones should be populated in Google Docs. An invite to access a shared folder in Google Docs will go out for you to contribute your milestone dates according to your Course Track.

Leaders Guide: Orienting Faculty to the Course Design Process  

This is the script I used when I began meeting with faculty for the first time, to introduce them to the online course design process. It i...