- You will have shared and described a curriculum design Thing you're using yourself
What do we understand under this 'Bring Your Own' exercise?
During the previous weeks you already got to know 5 Things to do with curriculum design, and we'll introduce you to some more in the coming weeks.
But for this Thing, we're interested in curriculum design Things that YOU are already using.
This could be any kind of tool, system, resource, guide and so on that you're using to help you with your curriculum design.
Just like we've been describing the what and how of the previous Things, we'd be interested to understand what your Thing is about, and how it's being used as well.
|What tools do you use to help with curriculum design?|
Blog Thing 6
- What is your BYO curriculum design Thing that you choose to share with us?
Describe what sort of Thing it is (tool, resource, guide, system etc), what it aims to do and how it's being used.
- How did you find out about this (via a colleague, through training session...)?
- Why is it particularly useful for you? What aspects are less useful (for you)?
- In what way do you you see it being useful for other course designers?
- Add a link / image / upload a version so it's clear what the Thing is and other participants can try it out as well.
If you're interested...
- Are there more curriculum design tools that you're using? Don't hesitate to add them too!
- Which of the previous Things you mentioned are most useful in what situation?
- Do you know any tools that your colleagues are using which are worth mentioning?