|1.||Critically evaluate a range of approaches to course design and delivery, mindful of student learning needs;|
|2.||Use evidence-based evaluation to inform curriculum design;|
|3.||Make connections between practice and current theories and research on curriculum development and assessment design to prepare recommendations for change;|
|4.||Apply systematic curriculum design processes and principles of alignment to learning goals, teaching and learning activities, and assessment tasks for effective learning; and|
|5.||Design assessment that identifies and reports student learning, provides feedback to students about their learning and informs further learning.|
|Review||Peer feedback (800 words)||15%|
|Assignment||Evidence-based curriculum recommendations (approximate word equivalence 1800 words)||35%|
|Portfolio||Assessment portfolio with scholarly reflection justifying design (approximate word equivalence 2500 words)||50%|
Teaching for quality learning at university 4th ed
Biggs, J, & Tang, C 2011
Maiden Head: Open University Press/McGraw Press
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