The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) provides one-on-one instructional consultations and advisement to faculty who wish to enrich their teaching through the eyes of professional instructional designers.
All instructional consultation services are voluntary, formative, confidential, and timely. Get a new perspective on your teaching by taking advantage of one or more of the following areas.
- Syllabus review
- Instructional materials review
- Assessment plans
- Traditional course redesign
- Online course review and design
- Instructional technology evaluation and selection
- Technology integration into the curriculum
- Teaching techniques and course management for face-to-face, online, and blended classes
- Teaching methods such as case-based, problem-based, and active learning
- Teaching large classes, millennium students, multicultural classes
- Teaching research, resources, national protocols, professional associations
Instructional design is a theory-based, systematic process used to design lesson plans and instruction. It involves five major steps: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE).
If you would like to arrange a consultation, please contact The Center for Teaching Excellence.