This Writing Checklist of common writing and grammatical errors is an example of a student aid. The student uses the checklist to analyze his or her own writing. If desired, the checklist can be easily adapted to create a rubric that an instructor can use when grading a written assignment. The checklist is a Word Document which can be downloaded and then adapted or changed to suit an instructor's individual needs.
Are you wondering how to go about designing and developing a course?
The Course Design and Development Chart is a guide that provides suggested components that need to be included in a course, whether face-to-face or online. The chart is composed of three basic columns: Component, Description, and Assessments. As you create your course, use this guide to help you select the components and assessments that will provide the structure and enhancement needed to provide students with a meaningful and enriching learning experience.
The flow chart provides a pictorial representation of the design and development components and steps involved in the process. The foundation of the design and development process is the ADDIE Model.
- A = Analyze
- D = Design
- D = Develop
- I = Implement
- E = Evaluate
Each phase of the model is represented, so that it is easy to visualize the processes that are utilized to create that particular phase and its supporting parts. The additional models used to design and develop the course are listed in a text box on the chart.