The pages here are designed to provide tips and support for planning and assessing a wide array of programmatic and course-specific student-centered learning experiences.



Designing Your Curriculum & Course Syllabus
The resources listed here are designed to help faculty align student learning outcomes, instructional activities and assessment strategies, and to create informative course “roadmaps” which clearly covey key course goals, content and expectations.

Assessing Your Students’ Outcomes
The references listed here are intended to enable participants to make informed decisions about ways to measure what students are gleaning from their educational experiences.

Student Engagement Techniques
The resources here offer strategies and advice for keeping the students learning.

Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles for curriculum development and classroom management that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn. Many of us struggle with the wide range of students in our classrooms including students with disabilities, non-native English speakers or international students, older/younger students, etc. Many of the resources here are provided by Seattle Colleges faculty and staff.

Diversity in the Classroom
Here you will find ideas from District colleagues and other experts.