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How to Design a Course: Let’s Practice What We Preach!
Whether you’re a seasoned educator or new to the field, as a teacher you are always a part of a course. This is the case irrespective of whether you are designing a new course, redesigning an established one, or are part of the teaching team. To learn (more) about the basic principles of designing a course or class (lecture or small group session), teachers can enroll themselves and participate in one of the five so called U(niversity)T(eacher)Q(ualification) course modules provided by LLInC. At LLInC, we continuously try to innovate and improve our products. So, when the opportunity arose to improve ‘How to Design a Course’, we immediately rose to the occasion. This blog is about how we’ve redesigned ‘How to Design a Course’.
Opportunities for Lifelong Learning
At LLInC, our learning experts are invested in exploring existing curricula. One particular area of interest is the re-evaluation of universities’ roles in delivering education across an individual’s lifespan and this comes with good reason. Lifelong Learning (LLL) is rapidly becoming the norm across the entire workforce and it is important that this be reflected across our universities.