Date(s) - Wednesday May 17
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Smith Hall, Room 104A

A well-designed syllabus is key to a successful course. A complete and engaging syllabus acts both as a contract with students, and as a roadmap for what students should know, value, and be able to do by the end of the course. In this workshop, participants will utilize a syllabus evaluation rubric to review sample syllabi and discuss elements of course design, including well-crafted grading, attendance, technology, and participation policies. The workshop culminates in the use of the syllabus evaluation rubric to analyze and revise a current syllabus, and a post-workshop one-on-one consultation with a Koehler Center faculty developer.

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