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.
The resources listed here are designed to help faculty use alternative ways to provide quality instruction and services to our students. Check more information via campus email from Faculty Development.
Canvas Training Resources
This resource list has many helpful links to Youtube videos and tools for you to navigate and use the Canvas course shells. You can also contact your campus TLC specialist for an appointment to address your questions.
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
Provides a “a framework for designing educational environments that enable all learners to gain knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm for learning. This is accomplished by simultaneously reducing barriers to the curriculum and providing rich supports for learning.”
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
Here you will find documents that “explain how to make Web content more accessible to people with disabilities.”
Diversity in the Classroom
Here you will find ideas from District colleagues and other experts.