|Sep 24||The content of our courses: How did you come to be a teacher? What are the learning goals you set for your course? Project Overview.||session plan||Course Goals||Shulman: "Course Anatomy"||Oct 22||The context of our courses: How does your course fit in your degree program(s), student demographics, operating constraints.||session plan||Course Context||Read 3 example CP's from repositories
|Nov 19||The content of our courses (again): Course anatomy. What do you teach? What are the parts? What are the organizing principles?||session plan||Course Content||Dorst, The Story
behind the Design
Huber, Why Now?
|Dec 10||The ways we teach: Course physiology. how do you teach? What methods? When used? For what purposes? Getting the "how" to fit the "what" and "why"||session plan||Teaching methods||Adprima's Instructional Methods Overview Apple Learning Interchange: Teaching Practice||Jan 7||Our philosophy of teaching: Why do you teach what you teach? Why do you teach how you teach? What tacit assumptions do your teaching choices embed, especially about how students think and learn?||session plan||Teaching philosophy||Bruner, Folk Pedagogy||Feb 11||Student learning: What does student work tell you? What are students learning and failing to learn? Do you ask students to undertake work that you value?||session plan||Evidence of student learning||Bernstein, Student Learning
Hutchings et al, Focus on Student Learning
|Mar 11||Assessment: How do you grade? Making criteria explicit. Why do you grade the way that you do? Assessing what you value.||session plan||Assessment||Broad, "What we really value"||Apr 8||Course Delivery: Debriefing the Self and Peer Observations. What did you learn?||session plan||Self and Peer Observation||UW/CIDR on Peer Observation
Hutchings, Peer Observation
|May 6||Conference Presentation:||presentation (ppt)||Complete Portfolio (Draft)||June 3||Portfolio presentations||session plan||Final Portfolio & Portfolio presentation||Knox et al., "Peer review"
Shulman, "Teaching as community property"
|One Year Later||session plan||Pea, Practices of distributed intelligence|