Course Planning

Teaching Goals Inventory (PDF) - helps you understand what your teaching goals are.

Writing Goals and Objectives; Alignment of Program and Community Goals with your Course Goals (PDF) - Worksheet to help you create four broad goals and relate each to one or more measurable objectives. Verify that your planned course fits with community, university, and program goals. See also our assessment website to align various assessment targets.

Aligning Objectives with Lessons (PDF) - worksheet to verify your course goals are being met with your lessons and activities.

Aligning Objectives with Assessments (PDF) - worksheet to verify that your objectives are being adequately assessed throughout the semester.

Focus on Outcomes (PDF) - worksheet to guide course design based on student learning outcomes.


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Kimberly Renk
College of Sciences Kimberly Renk Teaching is a critically important part of my position at the University of Central Florida. Whether I am teaching undergraduate-level courses, working with students through independent study, or mentoring students in their Honors research, I feel strongly that students deserve to learn in a respectful and non-th...

Sasan Fathpour
College of Optics and Photonics Sasan       Fathpour I can profess my teaching philosophy in four core tenets:1) All students can succeed, and a failed student implies a failed instructor2) One cannot claim to know a subject, unless s/he can successfully teach it3) Teachers are ironically students themselves too, as implied in the above quote4) The best combinat...

Drew Noble Lanier
College of Sciences Drew Noble Lanier Students retain more course material when they are active learners. Employing a mixture of lecture and the Socratic Method communicates the course’s basic concepts and ideas, while assessing student comprehension.Students will retain more of the course material if it is relevant to them. I frequently offe...