9969. ATL-SET-Writing a Syllabus and What the Syllabus Communicates

DateNovember 17, 2014Time3:35 - 4:35 pm
LocationJones Library-Creekmore
DescriptionAudience: Faculty/Staff, Teachers of Record, Graduate Students

Writing a syllabus can be a daunting task. It serves as an introduction or first impression of the course and it should also serve as a resource for instructor and students throughout the semester. A well-designed syllabus will communicate the content, expectations, and procedures of the course that can eliminate confusion and misunderstandings throughout the semester. In this workshop, we will review components of a well-written syllabus as well as share tips for creating a syllabus that serves as a resource for yourself and your students throughout the semester.Read More »
Publisherzz (old) Training & Development
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