Tag: program based design
5 Tips To Refresh Your Curriculum
As the new Curriculum Architecture is picking up steam and there is an increasing number of curriculum re-design projects across campus, here are some top tips for curriculum refreshment.
Redesigning Programs and Unit Assessments
Chris Rust, Emeritus Professor of Higher Education, Oxford Brookes University, UK, shared his thoughts and insights into improving programs and unit assessments at the AGSM seminar Redesigning course assessment; I’ve summarised the key concepts. THE PROBLEM There are problems with...
9 Tips For Designing A Non-Accredited Program: A Case Study
How does one design a non-accredited program? What works and what does not? This case study of a Macquarie program shares some insights...
Program-Level Design: 10 Practical Strategies For ‘Keeping It Real’
Program-level design helps to provide students with a coherent learning pathway, and ensures what they experience is more than a ‘collection of individual units’.
(Almost) All You Need To Know About Program-Based Design
Program-based design is the next big thing at Macquarie. What is it? How and why should it be done? Dr Panos Vlachopoulos has been involved in program-based design for many years in universities in the UK, New Zealand and Australia;...