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Curriculum Design
in the Center for Teaching and Learning

Effective Curricula = Thriving Students

Whether your course is face-to-face, hybrid, or completely online, the CTL works with faculty to develop effective curricula, ensuring learning is practical, engaging, and successful.  Our strategies are grounded in research-based best practices in university teaching and learning. We can help you with a specific area of concern or to design or redesign an entire course.

What to Expect

Every consultation is unique, depending on your goals, teaching style, and stage of course development. The types of curriculum design support we provide may include:

  • Syllabus construction
  • Development of learning goals
  • Assignment development
  • Grading methods
  • Engaging students
  • Test/quiz development
  • Effective lecturing
  • Planning lessons
The list above is not meant to be comprehensive, as we support any aspect of curriculum design.

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