Course Design Studio
Partnering with WCU faculty to support creative thinking, ideation and collaboration
The agile course design learning studio in the Coulter Faculty Commons is where faculty have access to an array of kinesthetic tools for designing courses and lessons, based upon their own idiosyncratic needs, aspirations, and evidence-based practice for “what works” in higher education settings. The inclusion of kinesthetic modality supports creative thinking, ideation, segmenting and sequencing (Malamed, 2011) and collaboration with faculty peers, educational developers, and instructional technologists, and the studio will also function as a site for independent faculty work and development.
- ILED Website Link and UNC Charlotte Case Study – They have the LEM tool, which I used for my dissertation data collection process. Bucky Dodd leads this from Univ of Central Oklahoma.
- Carpe Diem Learning Design – Australia
- University of Michigan – Rebecca Quintana advocates for using visual elements in course design:
Quintana, R. M., Tan, Y., Gabriele, K., & Korf, N. (2018). “It’s just that visceral”: Eliciting design insight using beaded representations of online course structure. Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1145/3170427.3188650
- University College London (UCL) – ABC model. and another article by the same group